36 Greenwell Park Glenrothes Fife KY6 3QH
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About you and your business
JM Services offer an extensive gardening experience. From the blank canvas of designing the layout and plant selection to encompass whatever you require for your own garden, to the garden maintenance that allows you the time to relax and enjoy your own space, Working throughout Fife and beyond, we have a dedicated team who comply with all legal requirements, ensuring that you have a first class job that you will be proud of. JM Services offer services from lawn maintenance with regular feeding, garden maintenance with regular visits to ensure your garden is in prime condition. We also offer shrub and tree care, pruning to ensure all shrubs and plants look great all year round. We also plant and supply bedding plants and hanging baskets to give your garden that added bit of colour. We also offer a landscaping service, installing raised beds, new lawns, fencing, patios and paths.
Fully insured and qualified for the tasks undertaken.
Landscaper, Maintenance, Lawn Care, Other, Commercial, Domestic
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