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Peter Davis replied to Jason Creed's discussion Waterproof Jacket
"So after many years in the business, with fifteen of them in Ireland, I am  the authority on rain.  I walk a lot & for leisure I use Goretex - I have 5 Goretex jackets !  But I simply can't justify or risk a £300 jacket at work.
I once took a punt o…"
51 minutes ago
Kieran Ray replied to Adam Pilgrim's discussion Alternatives to the traditional 'panel van'...
"Adam we are construction not maintenance. But we use a crewcab transit quite happily. There's no back seats though and the doors on the back are solid. That's all racked out for tools and fixings etc. All that goes on the back tool wise is the wack…"
1 hour ago
Mark replied to Adam Pilgrim's discussion Alternatives to the traditional 'panel van'...
"I run a Hilux double cab pick up....for 90% of what I do I can run around in just this,,,trailer goes on for Hi Step major plus extension or the Honda 536 roller...exerything goes in a certain way and works pretty good for me I have the rear seat ou…"
2 hours ago
Ayegardening Ltd - Aye and Susan replied to Phil Voice's discussion Wishing everyone a happy Christmas
"Merry Christmas to you and your family Phil and to the LJN members. Hope you all get a well deserved rest :))"
2 hours ago
Colin Hunt replied to Gareth Leek's discussion labour costs
"As with all of these discussions regarding pricing, it is very area dependent.  We have always worked on sustainability - ie building a business that virtually runs itself.  Just putting prices up because you 'feel' you are undercharging or 'someone…"
2 hours ago
BensBotanics replied to Phil Voice's discussion Wishing everyone a happy Christmas
"As many of you know this year has been a difficult one for me, with being made redundant in November and then taking the decision to venture out on my own and become self employed. I want to take this opportunity to tell everyone who gave their time…"
4 hours ago
Phil Voice replied to Phil Voice's discussion One day, will we be able to print new garden tools?
"Astronauts on the International Space Station have used a zero-gravity 3D printer to produce a working socket wrench complete with ratchet action – using digital plans that were emailed to the station by Nasa mission control on Earth.
http://www.cur…"
4 hours ago
Gary Hedges replied to Adam Pilgrim's discussion Alternatives to the traditional 'panel van'...
"sorry I really don't get what advantage that gives you?
You've got the same floor area, it must be a squeeze fitting everything in and surely a tail lift drastically reduces your net carrying weight."
5 hours ago
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Im thinking of increasing the daily rate on our labour charge in 2015. The reason being we are fortunate to be mostly more than 3 months booked in advance, we have a great reputation in my area and to be honest for the work we undertake I still…

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