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David Benson replied to John Fulton's discussion Cable Hazard
"phone cables always used to be at least a foot deep to conform to BS, I have come across them just under the surface and running through hedges"
50 seconds ago
Mark Evans replied to Liam Booth's discussion registering a company name query
"And sorry, yes as a sole trader you could call yourself "total gardens" even if it's already taken as a business in any format Ltd or not. You cannot however incorporate it if there is already a total gardens ltd."
21 minutes ago
Mark Evans replied to Liam Booth's discussion registering a company name query
"Have your ltd company under any name you like as long as it's not already taken or being very similar to an already incorporated company.
As for the subsidiaries you can call them whatever you like but without the ltd tag. I.e you are "total propert…"
28 minutes ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Rob Bury's discussion Lightweight Mower
"I meant fuel consumption up:-)"
1 hour ago
Andy replied to Jeff Mennell's discussion Object of Desire
"With this baby garden gates aren't really a problem..........however explaining why the entire end of their house is missing along with the garden gate, fence, and too be honest the garden itself may take some time!"
1 hour ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Rob Bury's discussion Lightweight Mower
"This is the problem using cheap mowers commercially.
They tend to have underpowered engines on them which in turn sends fuel consumption down.
You can get some cheapish mountfields with Honda engines on them. They are good on fuel.
As a comparison m…"
1 hour ago
Christiane Holmquist, Patrick middlehurst, John stafford and 3 more joined Landscaper Network & Forum
2 hours ago
John Fulton replied to John Fulton's discussion Cable Hazard
"A good point but is it not borderline negligence , undue care and attention even if a gardener accidentally cuts through a cable , would we not have to take adequate steps and perform a risk assessment before digging a hole to plant a shrub or edge…"
2 hours ago

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Lightweight Mower

Hi all, I hope everyone is well.I am just sorting out new gear for this season and was wondering what you guys use as a small lightweight mower for those small lawns with difficult access.I have been looking at the Viking mb448 and wanted to know if…

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26 Replies · Reply by Richard Gadsby 1 hour ago

Object of Desire

Would be nice to add one of these to the tool inventory (!) :- http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3442583/The-tank-thinks-s-Swiss-army-knife-Remote-controlled-Terrier-uses-blades-clear-mines-dig-trenches-smash-path-wade-water.html What's…

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