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Paul McNulty replied to Tim Butler's discussion Starting a new business - advice needed please!
"Some great advice about hourly rates here. Whenever costs are discussed there's never been anyone with expenses less that £5 or £6 per hour absolute minimum, and realistically usually more than that. You need to include replacement costs as well as…"
1 hour ago
Robert Champier-Clarke replied to Scott Kinnear's discussion Getting Pricing Right
"Ah didnt notice added bricks maybe a little longer but not much."
2 hours ago
Robert Champier-Clarke replied to Scott Kinnear's discussion Getting Pricing Right
"Hi, 
No disrespect but doing that sort of thing by hand is insane. Use a digger !!!!. Ok if i would have done that job i would have done the following.
Put a tarp over the wall so not to damage it excavate some soil  from the area you want to clear,…"
2 hours ago
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David Brain @ CGS replied to Paul Davies's discussion To dig or not to dig...
"Hi Paul.
I have a small Mantis rotavator which, as long as the soil is relatively good, does the job in a fraction of the time compared to digging, and provides a much better result regarding fineness of the soil once finished, depending on how many…"
3 hours ago
Robbie replied to Harry's discussion Backpack vs Handheld blower, what do you use in the summer months?
"Is the Pellenc setup still going strong?"
4 hours ago
Stuart @ Eco Garden Maintenance replied to Harry's discussion Backpack vs Handheld blower, what do you use in the summer months?
"That is one of the reasons i have been running Pellenc tools for over four years now. The reduction in noise makes working much more bearable for me and any one in the vicinity. I can't see myself ever going back to 2 stroke - makes me cringe just t…"
5 hours ago
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