Layouts are designed to last
We have an in-house team for the design and implementation of new landscaping projects and the upgrading of existing environments. We collaborate with landscape architects to provide professional designs that have ‘longevity’. Plants and other materials are meticulously selected to suit unique environments and preferences for colour, style and appearance. An emphasis is placed on ecological preservation and translocation of indigenous plants.
Our skills base includes an array of specialists
Professional teams of landscape architects, engineers, horticulturalists, quantity surveyors, project managers and developers work in close cooperation with clients to ensure timeous completion of high quality projects. We also provide all the machinery and equipment to build and maintain these landscapes, and our in-house engineering and workshop departments service all machinery and vehicles.
The Service Excellence Duo: Installation and Maintenance
The first phase of our installation services involves construction. This includes hard landscaping such as paving, water features and retaining walls; and soft landscaping such as planting and irrigation installation. However, at Servest Landscaping, the installation of an environment is not the end of our task. The maintenance of any landscape is just as essential in ensuring excellent standards and continuity. Thus, our services range from planning and implementing landscapes to the maintenance of these facilities, including the recycling of organic waste. This philosophy together with speed, reliability and sound horticultural practices has been the cornerstone in establishing a diverse client base.
Dedicated growing operations ensure superior quality plants at competitive prices
Servest Landscaping has its own farms for growing plants on a large scale. Our two farms are Restio Ridge in Malelane, Mpumalanga and Lonecreek in Muldersdrift, Gauteng. In addition, we have contracts with growers in KwaZulu Natal, the Cape and in the Lowveld for large volumes of specialist plants for various projects. Qualified horticulturalists head up these growing operations, supervising all plant growth and reproduction.