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GreenThumb Halifax

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Opening Hours
Today - 09:00–17:00
  • Monday 09:00–17:00
  • Tuesday 09:00–17:00
  • Wednesday 09:00–17:00
  • Thursday 09:00–17:00
  • Friday 09:00–17:00
  • Saturday - Closed
  • Sunday - Closed
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3.7

1 Review

About

At GreenThumb Halifax we treat over 1,700 lawns each year, with each customer generally receiving at least four seasonal lawn treatments annually. As well as seasonal treatments, we offer autumn/winter treatments, including scarification and hollow-tine aeration, which deal with compaction, removing thatch and keeping moss at bay.

We also carry out specialist treatments for fungal diseases, such as Red Thread, and Nematode treatments for lawn pests, such as Leatherjackets and Chafer grubs.

As the lawn treatment company of choice in the area, we combine high quality exclusive products, with a knowledgeable, efficient, reliable and friendly service. Call us today for a free, no-obligation quote and survey.

Postcodes: BD6 (sectors 1,2,3), HD3 (sector 3), HD7 (sectors 4,5,6), HX1 (sectors 2 & 3), HX2 (sectors 0,6, 7, 8,9), HX3 (sectors 0,7,8,9), HX4 (sectors 0,8,9), HX5 (sectors 0 & 9), HX6 (sectors 1,2,3,4), HX7 (sectors 5,6,7,8)

What we do

  • Lawn Care

  • More Services

    • scarification
    • aeration
    • lawn pest control
    • lawn renovation

Customer reviews

Reviews summary

3.7
1 reviews
Customer Service
3.0
Quality
5.0
Value
3.0
Good work done efficiently
Customer Service
Quality
Value
Aeration and lawn scarification carried out very efficiently by two operatives. My only concern was that the waste was not removed from my garden but left in 28 black sacks for me to arrange disposal! There is no indication on Green Thumb's Lawn Treatment Service Guide nor on the Lawn Analysis Report showing the recommendations that the waste disposal would be my responsibility. The only notification of this was in the letter informing me when the treatment would be carried out and that "the waste will be neatly bagged for your disposal or, alternatively, if advised would be placed on your compost or in your barged waste recycling bin". My garden recycling bin holds four of the black casks and there are only two more collections this season. I will probably have to find an alternative contractor next year.
Michael Woodhead02/11/2017