Choosing the right company to landscape your garden!

With new apps and gadgets making it ever easier for people to project their business into the public eye it is important for potential clients to stay focused on who they are employing to carry out projects on their premises.

1: Stay focused: Do not get carried away by glamorous images on websites etc. Are they the actual works carried out by the company in question?

Here at MDC Landscapes Ltd all works posted are our own, and not images grabbed from Google or other search engines! All our work images can be seen displayed in work time lined portfolios from beginning to end, and we are happy to provide all projects on request. You can also browse through all albums within our Facebook page!

2: Is the company experienced in what they do?

It is not good enough these days for a company to state experience and believe this is enough! Why should you take their word on this?

Here at MDC Landscapes Ltd we are professionally trained and hold qualifications in Horticulture and we are able to back up our experience with hard evidence!

We are affiliated and accredited by a number of associations which help recognise us as a professional company helping distinguish us from local non-qualified competition!

3: Testimonials: Along with the word of any company it is important that reviews and testimonials are made available for your view. You need to be able to see and also talk to past clients of any company to gage how professional they are or will be while working at your home!

At MDC Landscapes Ltd we are always seeking customer feedback and opinions in order to improve our services and to keep on providing the high level of service of which we provide. You are able to view our testimonials on our web page and we also post them through our social media sites! Originals are always made available to view on request!

If you are thinking about re-landscaping your garden please follow this link to help determine what you should consider or alternatively call us today to avoid disappointment!

http://mdclandscapes.co.uk/thinking-about-re-landscaping-y…/

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