Founded in Glasgow (Scotland) in March 1990, Cherry Landscaping offer a wide range of general landscaping to both the private and commercial sectors.
Our highly experienced and qualified team can help you with any landscape design tasks in Scotland including many areas in Glasgow and Lanarkshire including Uddingston, Shettleston and Bothwell.
As well as landscaping we also specialise in solving garden drainage problems.
Does your garden resemble a swamp Winter or Summer or does the location of your home mean that your garden gets flooded and waterlogged or very damp after bad weather? Here at Cherry Landscaping we can guarantee an effective drainage network under your lawn or garden in order to take away any surface water that lies after heavy rain. Lawn drainage is a common problem throughout Central Scotland.
From small courtyard garden designs to landscaping of grand country gardens, we have the skill to create a unique and beautiful garden for you. Whether your vision is to design and build in traditional, contemporary or formal styles, a communal garden or something more unusual, we have the resources to design, project-manage, construct and plant it for you.
We can also design and install beautiful driveways to suit all homes throughout Scotland including Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Uddingston, Shettleston, Bearsden and many more.
We also provide decking for all types of gardens. Having composite decking installed is a great way to give your garden that special something that sets it apart from the rest.
Poor garden drainage is a common problem throughout Scotland. You may notice water under your house or a soft garden. Here at Cherry General Landscaping Ltd we can help we can help with flooded gardens , driveways, garage floors and patios to assist with any House Drainage issues.
We can install field and land drains and also french drains. We can also assist with Herringbone Drainage. We serve all over Scotland including Glasgow, lanarkshire, Shettleston, Bearsden, Paisley, Uddingston, Bothwell, Coatbridge and Airdrie.