Contactez-nous

 

pour un devis sans engagement
+41 (0) 79 714 82 06

fsjnendaz@gmail.com

 

Services:
  • Entretien du jardin

  • Plantation

  • Creation et rénovation de clôtures

  • Création de terrasse

  • Paysagisme

  • Repeinte chalet  

  • Traitement des arbres

  • Dallage et autres travaux de maçonnerie

  • Gestion de projet

A propos

 

8 ans d'expériences dans l'entretien de jardin, clôtures, extension de terrasse et paysagisme.

 

Nous mettons l'accent sur le service clientèle et la qualité du travail.

 

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Oak Steps
green parking area.
plastic reinforcements parking.
green parking area
Jaccuzzi base
Top soil ready for heli
Lovely Lines
specialist in mowing large areas
terrace using roofing tiles
Creation of rock wall
New terrace
Natural stone steps
Terrace
Ranch style fencing
Oak Steps
green parking area.
plastic reinforcements parking.
green parking area
Jaccuzzi base
Top soil ready for heli
Lovely Lines
specialist in mowing large areas
terrace using roofing tiles
Creation of rock wall
New terrace
Natural stone steps
Terrace
Ranch style fencing

Welcome

 

Fenêtre Sur Jardin was established in 2009. We have developed from a one man sole trader to a thriving multi-skilled landscape and garden maintenance business based in Nendaz Valais.

 

We are committed to providing exceptional quality in both our landscaping and maintenance services in central Valais.

Our reputation has been established in all aspects of our landscaping and maintenance work.

 

Natural & local solutions

At Fenêtre sur Jardin we aim to help the local economy by sourcing localy produced materials.

 

For example the wood used in our fencing comes from locally sourced trees which are cut from sustainable forests in the area.

 

The stones used for terraces and walls are from the Valais where they are mined with the environment in mind.

 

When it comes to planting we choose only the best plants locally grown so they resist the cold and are more disease resistant than less expensive plants that are likely not to make it through the harsh winters.     

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