Last Updated on July 15, 2019 by Gardens Home Management Services

Chip SollinsMessage From The President

Summer is here and so is the GHMS team to help you with anything you need around your home! Please let us know if there is anything we can do to provide a better service for you and your home. It is very important to the GHMS Team that we provide a high level of customer service and ensure your satisfaction. Sincerely, Chip Sollins

Happy 4th of July

Happy independence day and thanks to all who serve, We would like to wish you a safe, healthy, and happy 4th of July. We appreciate all that you do and your continued support. Our office will be closed Wednesday, July 4th & will re-open Thursday, July 5th. Thank you, The GHMS Team

Hurricane Service Program

Click Here to download and read our hurricane program thoroughly as it has changed from last year. All forms received with payment prior to June 1st, will be put on the list and charged the $75.00 fee. Any forms that are received after June 1st, will be charged $95 to be a part of our program. We will not accept any forms after June 30th. The program and special pricing is only valid for home-watch customers of Gardens Home Management Services. If you are not a home-watch customer and would like to be a part of this program, the cost to be on the list is $175.00. Contact Us To Learn More!

Summer 2018 Projects

At Gardens Home Management, our handyman services can take care of your summer projects! From repairing your garbage disposal to installing your garage door keypad and everything in between. We take care of getting the supplies, assembling any necessary equipment and completing the repairs – all at a fair price .

Hurricane Tree Trimming

During hurricane season, it is important to trim your trees. However, over-pruning palms with the “Hurricane Cut” removes nutrients, especially potassium, which keeps palms green and thriving. So never cut off green leaves! The more you cut, the more browning you will cause as the palm tries to absorb the lost potassium from fewer fronds. Eventually your palm will die. Contact Us!

Do You Have a Plan?

Creating an emergency plan is a great start in making sure your family is ready and knows what to do during a disaster. Think about some of these questions… Where would you evacuate to? Who would you call? Where are the safe areas? Is your home in a flood zone? We also suggest you stock enough supplies in a disaster kit to last each person in your family at least 3 days. Your kit should contain items like: water, non-perishable foods, a radio, flashlight, batteries, first aide kit, cash, important documents and toiletries, just to name a few.

Hurricane Helpful information

Visit our website for important updates on Hurricanes that will effect South Florida. We are here to keep you informed regarding hurricane alerts and warnings.