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Paul McNulty replied to Mitchel ingham's discussion Turfing or artificial turf on new estate bad drainage
"From memory the NHBC warranty does cover a certain area outside the propert but I can't remember the exact terms. Worth looking in to though."
2 hours ago
Geoff Norfolk replied to Mitchel ingham's discussion Turfing or artificial turf on new estate bad drainage
"Can't honestly see that working in the long-term....... the "holes" will very quickly become blocked. As Paul suggests..... go back to the developer though I can't imagine they'd be too interested in a waterlogged lawn unfortunately. "
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Freshscaped replied to Mitchel ingham's discussion Turfing or artificial turf on new estate bad drainage
"Full points for observation, Paul. You should at least mention this to your client, Mitchel."
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Andy Kenney replied to Simon Land's discussion Pre Qualifying Clients
"I do similar on occasion Simon, particularly for small hedging jobs and lawn work. I ask for plenty of pictures such as hedge depth, in addition to height, access etc. I don't do an online quote as a matter of routine as I prefer face to face to giv…"
4 hours ago
Stuart @ Eco Garden Maintenance replied to Simon Land's discussion Pre Qualifying Clients
"I do give very rough estimates on contact sometimes but only if the work is well defined with pics supplied and measurements if appropriate. To make it work i think we need to know exactly what questions to ask and make sure they are answered proper…"
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Simon Land replied to Simon Land's discussion Pre Qualifying Clients
"Sorry I don't normally write in big blocks! System doesn't seem to allow me to put in paragraphs even after editing!!"
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Simon Land posted a discussion
This thread is about asking how many of you provide clients with figures/estimates at first point of contact, prior to visiting the clients site.
If you don't, is this something you would consider doing?
We as sole traders/small business owners are…
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