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Ray McIntosh replied to Austin Campbell's discussion Removing Prunus: best method and timescale?
"We use the stihl 86T 42" for trimming and 86R 36" for cutting back, probably cover 40sqm an hour trimming. For me single sided is really efficient as you sweep the face left-to-right then come back over the top right to left and with a tarpaulin and…"
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Austin Campbell replied to Austin Campbell's discussion Removing Prunus: best method and timescale?
"Hello Ray and thanks. The price per sqm would depend on how fast I could cut without skimping on quality. It would be interesting to know how fast people can cut, depending on species and size etc. I know of the recent jobs I've lost out on, two hav…"
41 minutes ago
Alex Mitchell replied to Alex Mitchell's discussion Resizing scale from A3 to A2
"Thanks for your advice Ray. I only have the A2 version unfortunately. I've measured the cars drawn on the plan and they're coming in at 6-7metres long which sounds a tad long so I think the scale must have changed."
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Ray McIntosh replied to Austin Campbell's discussion Removing Prunus: best method and timescale?
"Hi Austin we charge somewhere about £1 per sqm on hedges subject to height, waste removal and minimum pricing of course. I think that locally it is competitive rate."
1 hour ago
Austin Campbell replied to Austin Campbell's discussion Removing Prunus: best method and timescale?
"Thanks for all the advice - I think I've got a fair idea now. Just need to get the price right, which so far I've failed at miserably when it comes to hedge trimming - I've secured 1 in 4 hedge jobs so far!"
1 hour ago
Ray McIntosh replied to Alex Mitchell's discussion Resizing scale from A3 to A2
"Alex the scale of the original should not have changed, only the size/orientation which it is produced at.

If you are still unsure take a rule and measure several lengths on the A2 and A3 versions and if the relative scale of the lengths is the sa…"
1 hour ago
Alex Mitchell posted a discussion
Some clients have asked me to produce a garden plan to get their building work through planning. The plan they currently have is 1:200 on A3. Since I work on A2 I asked them to resize the plan to A2 which they did. But now I'm not sure if the 1:200…
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