Technical Works in Gardens and Parks

Maintaining a garden or park is not just about planting and pruning. It involves a wide range of technical tasks that ensure the beauty and functionality of the space. Here’s a detailed look at the key maintenance activities that we can provide in your garden:

Watering Systems

Water is the lifeblood of any garden. Installing and maintaining an efficient watering system, whether it’s a drip or sprinkler system, is crucial. Regular checks and repairs ensure that the plants receive the right amount of water and the system runs smoothly.

Stone Surface Maintenance

Stone surfaces such as pavements, tiles, facades, statues, flowerpots, curbs, and fences add to the aesthetic appeal of a garden or park. Regular washing helps to keep these surfaces clean and attractive.


Proper lighting enhances the beauty of a garden or park while ensuring safety. Tasks include light installation, adjustment, dimming, checks, and repairs.

Installation of Garden and Park Elements

Gardens and parks often feature elements like benches, flowerpots, stairs, and decorative units. Their installation and maintenance are part of the technical works involved in garden and park management.

Animal Control

Gardens and parks can attract unwanted visitors like moles, beavers, birds, and other animals. Implementing measures to scare these animals away helps protect the plants and maintain the cleanliness of the space.

Biochemical Tests

Conducting biochemical tests of plants, soil, and water is essential to monitor the health of the garden or park. These tests can help detect potential issues early and guide the maintenance strategy.

Garden Machine Maintenance

Garden machines like riders, trimmers, mowers, etc. play a significant role in maintaining the garden or park. Regular technical maintenance ensures these machines function effectively and have a longer lifespan.

In conclusion, technical works in gardens and parks involve a wide range of another activities.