Tel Nº 01226 243344 or 01226 246066
Tel Nº 01226 243344 or 01226 246066

My Garden

Just one of the garden project from our port folio.

 

why not transform your garden into a pieceful and beautiful setting

 

First Call Gardening & Fencing Services - landscape gardeners keeping gardens in and around Barnsley beautiful.

Whatever you're looking for in your garden, First Call building and gardening supplies  of Barnsley can provide practical, cost-effective suggestions which can help you to make the most of your outdoor space and make your garden a true extension of your home. At an initial consultation, our  gardeners will establish exactly what you want - whether that's low maintenance garden, a pet friendly area or a child friendly, accessible garden. Then we'll make suggestions for your new garden, and discuss garden features and focal points. We can also work to your own garden ideas, and provide you with a free quotation for all garden work. For one off garden projects, ongoing garden maintenance, turf supply & laying services, garden clearance or the full landscape gardening service, First Call of Barnsley are the company to call.

First Call Gardening & Fencing Services are proud to be winners of the child friendly Garden of the Year award.

First Call Building & Garden Supplies  our Building Supplies division.

We offer a range of garden products for both trade and retail customers. First Call Building & Garden Supplies  of Barnsley.

We stock the following building supplies:

  • Sand
  • Gravel
  • Top soil
  • Decorative Stone/Gravel
  • Cement
  • Paving stones
  • ..and much more!

We manufacture and sell our own paving stones in a variety of colours and sizes, with a riven design. We hold all paving stones in stock, so call into our premises in Barnsley to see them.

 

News

First Call Gardening Services

 

We now supply high quality tongue & grove Sheds and summer houses starting from £190

Mini Digger for hire with driver
PAVING SALE NOW ON PAVING FROM 50P whilst stock lasts
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