Hand Made Gardens (MLSA) Master Landscapers Of SA.
Over the last couple of years, the landscaping industry in general has noticed an increase in landscape services being offered by people that are not licensed or qualified to perform the work they’re quoting on.
Consumers are, perhaps understandably looking at just the price comparison between two quotes, one from a business that’s been trading for decades, that does hold an appropriate license, employs staff and that is insured, with a guy that turns up in a ute with a shovel and wheelbarrow on the back, who is unlicensed, has no insurance and has no experience or technical knowledge.
No matter how much money you think you’re saving in the short term, the price will soon be forgotten when it becomes apparent the work was not done in accordance with Australian Standards or the Building Code and needs to be repaired.
Hand Made Gardens are all too familiar with being asked to fix sub-standard work that was done on the cheap. This is one of the most important reasons to use licensed landscapers.
The Master Landscapers Of SA (MLSA) is your guarantee that all landscaping construction work will be done in accordance with a high level of professionalism, by trades people who have the product knowledge and technical skill, with years of experience.
Martyn Hand, first joined the MLSA back in 1997 when it was LOSA (Landscapers Of South Australia), and was a board member in 2000.
As a licensed builder (BLD 51302) covering all landscaping building works, Martyn also holds supervisor status. With over 35 years hands on experience, keeping up to date with the latest industry regulations, technologies, products and services, you can rest assured the quality of work will be of the highest standard and worthy of being a Master Landscaper Of South Australia.
So when looking at landscaping your dream garden, would you prefer to use landscapers you can trust to complete the project, or use the guy with the ute who’s not going to be around when you realise the workmanship was sub-standard?