Have you been promising your offspring a swimming pool or trampoline for years, but don't know exactly how to start? Or are you tired of everyone coming to your house with dirty shoes because you still don't have a nice, paved driveway alongside your property? If you find yourself in one of these situations, the answer is to dig up your garden. There's a lot involved here: excavating the garden and the costs involved, the work itself, the materials needed...and so on. Read the article below to find out how our handymen can help you!
In what situations should you have your garden excavated?
You can have your garden dug up for various reasons: To breathe new life into your garden or to remove unpleasant views.
Building a pond or swimming pool: Excavating the garden is often done to build a pond or a swimming pool. Think carefully beforehand about the area to be excavated.
Construction of a driveway: Are you fed up with your house always being dirty because you still don't have a solid driveway? Then excavating your garden where the driveway needs to be can be an excellent solution.
Laying out garden paths: If you would like your flower garden to be a little more organised and to get to your trees and plants more easily, garden paths are a good idea. Digging out your garden will have to be done in several places, depending on how many paths you want.
Removing weeds in the ground: If you have had the same terrace in your garden for years, it can happen that the weeds, present in the ground under your garden paving, suddenly come through the tiles. Digging up your garden is the only way out of this.