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Lindsay Nicholls-Smith posted a discussion
I know that Etesia mowers have been discussed quite a lot on here but I'd really like opinions for and against these 2 particular makes.  We are looking at a minimum of 40 inch and max of 48 inch so most likely the iseki sxg 216 vs etesia hydro 100…
2 hours ago
Landscape Juice posted a discussion
Experienced hard landscaper and ground worker required.
Must have experience in all aspects of hard landscaping to include, setting out, paving, walling, block paving, timber structures, foundations and concrete works.
Must hold current CSCS card an…
3 hours ago
neil garrett replied to Tim Butler's discussion Starting a new business - advice needed please!
"Hi I started up 5 years ago in cheshire,never looked back since,although I did have the week from hell recently...van wheel fell off,traiker electrics blew,my apprentice phoned in sick for the busiest week of the year,ripped a gate and post clean of…"
5 hours ago
Phil Voice replied to Phil Voice's discussion See an example of project photo theft from LJN member website
"Image theft has reared its ugly head again.

@gardendesigner1 isn't that your famous coastal garden in this ad for someone else?!— Andrew Fisher Tomlin (@FisherTomlin) May 26, 2015"
6 hours ago
David Brain @ CGS replied to Tim Butler's discussion Starting a new business - advice needed please!
"Good morning Tim.
I am in the same boat as you regarding taking on a new venture after working for others for 30 odd years, and am relishing the steep learning curve.
There is no set answer to hourly rates/priced jobs as there are so many variants i…"
6 hours ago
Adrian badham is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
6 hours ago
James Brett replied to Richard Gadsby's discussion Breakdowns!!!
"Gearbox is always a pain! A place in Rainham did mine in a day! Did you get a new clutch and slave at the same time?"
6 hours ago
Stuart @ Eco Garden Maintenance replied to Tim Butler's discussion Starting a new business - advice needed please!
"I would try and avoid giving hourly rates out to customers.You need to use one internally to price up work but i would try and give fixed prices right from the outset. You will make much more money. You also should be using a higher hourly rate than…"
7 hours ago

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EdFirst Ltd

Good Morning. I have been contacted by a company called EdFirst.They supply independent schools with contacts to tradesmen and contractors and so on. For a fee of £150 to the contractor. I was wondering if any one had had any experience or work…

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