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Are you planning a new landscaping project or are you looking for landscape of garden maintenance?

Whether you are a home owner or commercial landscape manager looking after large assets, the Landscape Engine is the place to publish your requirements.

There are many ways to use the Landscape Engine.

Filter lists and add to favourites

Start off by doing a postcode search. You can select ALL landscaping, maintenance and design firms that operate in your area or you can filter down your search just to include skills relevant you your requirements.

For example you may require a landscaper that specialises in fitting automated gates. By selecting landscaper from the drop down category menu you can filter ALL landscaping firms. By further selecting automated gates from the skills menu, you will only bring up landscapers who install electric gates within your area.

It is then possible to filter these results and add them to a favourite's list.

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Upload project details

Alternatively, you may upload details of your project for  everyone to view. Landscaping firms who are registered with the Landscape Engine may then send messages to you from within the protection of the Landscape Engine. Of course you may also reply. The trail of conversation is held within your history. So too is the ability to select or discard firms who have sent you a proposal.

Allow ALL members to tender for your project OR Create a favourite’s list and only send details to those on the list

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  • Hi Phil,

    Has the Find a landscaper feature moved? I know this post is old however I have run a search in the past but am now unable to find it.

    Thanks in advance

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