Jim's Mowing Avoca Beach
We are your local Jim's Mowing and Gardening in Avoca Beach, NSW. Whether you need lawn mowing, gardening, landscaping, rubbish removal and garden clean ups, or even your gutters cleaned, call us on 1300 191 565.
Mowing and Gardening prices can vary greatly depending on the size of your garden, the length of the grass, the condition of the garden, trees, shrubs, hedges & other plants and lawns overall, and the level of gardening service and equipment required – be that standard lawn mowing, slashing, ride-on mowing, trimming, edging, pruning, fertilizing, irrigation and so much more.
We'd be delighted to maintain your gardens and lawns.
Remember, all our Jims' are fully trained, have a current police check and are fully insured.
And we can help with more than just gardening services in Avoca Beach. Jim's Mowing also help with tree, shrub and hedging trimming and pruning, garden clean ups and rubbish removal, garden irrigation & watering solutions, gutter cleaning through to landscape design and hard landscaping services.
With the general interest in conserving water and, consequently, also saving money, many are interested to learn how feasible it is to use grey water for irrigating lawns and gardens. What exactly is grey water and how can it be reused? Technically, grey water is household wastewater from the laundry and the bathroom (just the […] … Read More
Although fertilisers are a vital part of producing healthy plants they can also cause substantial environmental destruction and should be used cautiously. Applying unnecessary amounts of fertilisers can result in the movement of nutrients into waterways triggering algal blooms and other environmental complications. There are 2 key ways of fertilising your garden: 1) You can […] … Read More
There are a number of advantages to being involved in the Jim’s Mowing System. Being number one gives Jim’s Mowing Franchisees a huge advantage when it comes to work. As a group at most times of the year we have more work than they can handle, in fact, around 30,000 jobs go unserviced each year. […] … Read More