Kenton Garden Service
It all started in 1984
For the past 35 years we have been looking after gardens in the Kenton On Sea, Kasouga, Boesmans, Riversbend, Alexandria, Boknes and Cannon Rocks areas as well as the farming community around the area. In 1991 the business name was formally changed to Kenton Garden Service. We have the privilege of being based in this beautiful part of the Eastern Cape, and we love making it look awesome!
- We have a passion for gardening.
- Our focus is on beautiful gardens.
- The KGS team is highly skilled.
- Your garden is our priority.
- KGS offers a comprehensive service from painting your house to installing a fence… we can help you with almost everything!
We LOVE Gardening
Tree Trimming & Pruning
Trees need care to prevent irregular growth patterns and growing in the wrong place.
A convenient way to hold your garden refuse & get it removed on a regular basis.
Land- and Hardscaping
If it’s time to freshen up your garden or need a retaining wall, paving or stones, give us a shout.
Tree Felling & Storm Damage / Emergencies
When you need a tree trimmed or removed, we are the specialists.
Every garden needs careful maintenance. And that’s what we’re good at.
Instant Lawns & Mowing
All lawns big or small, we keep it neat & beautiful. Lawn mowing and instant lawns.
Let us clear your plot before that new project. Or we keep it neat and tidy for you.
We get your garden and outdoors ready for the holiday, to just arrive & enjoy the break!
We’ll design and install a wooden, wire, electric or PVC fence for your home & business.
Need to PAINT your house?
" The KGS team replaced our fence recently, and I wanted to commend you on the outstanding work that you've done. From the removal of the old fence to the clean up afterwards - all very professional and efficient. "
– A Happy Customer, Boesmansriviermond.
" Compliments on the good service from your team in trimming the high and overbearing trees surrounding our house. They did the job so efficiently and with care, even to the extent of preserving a bird's nest in one of the trees. "
– David Going, Kenton On Sea.