Stewarts Office Plants

We supply many businesses across the South, from Sussex and Surrey, through Hampshire and Dorset to Wiltshire and Somerset. For more information about the services we offer visit our home page, or contact us here. In this blog you'll find news, interesting snippets, stories and pictures of our staff's adventures out on the road.

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Very busy few weeks coming for us

While the nation looks forward to two consecutive four-day weekends, service companies like Stewarts Landscaping have to fit their usual five days' work a week into four, then three, then four days. So apologies if I'm not so thrilled at all the days off...

We manage, but our maintenance service customers may get their plants watered by a different technician, and on a different day up to a week early or late. Sorry about that - but you will get the same number of visits in the end. If any regular customers read this, you're welcome to give us a call and I'll tell you when we're planning on coming in.

Stewarts are justifiably proud of the fact that we offer fortnightly service (while some of our competitors have quietly moved to three-weekly visits). If you are getting quotes for office plants - check the small print and see if the companies you've approached are all offering the same level of service.

Apart from over Christmas (when no one wants us anyway!) we will always come once a fortnight, even if - at busy times like this - we mangle the schedule a bit!


Friday, April 01, 2011

Lime green planters - now why is Jonathan so keen...?

We installed these fantastically garish planters the other day. They're RAL 6018, a bright lime green, and they really livened up the funky web design company's office that Ruth had sold them to. They serve as a useful reminder to the fact that because Stewarts use bespoke GRP planters from a trusted local supplier, we can provide you with pots in any colour you can imagine, and some that you probably don't yet know exist!

The question remains: why am I so drawn toward this particular colour, when I deliver so many different ones? Maybe it's something to do with the colour of my car, which is exactly the same understated, elegant shade of green?

And Stewarts trust me to advise customers on what colour pots to have....