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Harry replied to Scott Kinnear's discussion Getting Pricing Right
"James is right, using a turf cutter would get it done in a long day, plus no broken back to follow, not sure if its the fact I'm getting older but I would not even entertain the idea of digging a lawn up by hand being a decent size, the client won't…"
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mark jenkinson replied to Richard Gadsby's discussion Breakdowns!!!
"It was not funny at that moment, a few choice words said, but then a week later an old dear ran over my stihl blower (orange/white coloured-how that was not seen). I could not believe it when it started, yeah lots of scuff marks, but heck! She asked…"
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Julius Bell posted a discussion
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 throug…
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Robbie replied to Bespoke Lawncare's discussion lawncare software
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James McKay replied to Scott Kinnear's discussion Getting Pricing Right
"2.5 days seems like a very long time. Hiring a turf cutter you would lift that amount of turf in an hour or two. By hand it would take forever and you would be knackered. Skip on site to dispose of turfs. A few shrubs dug out, borders weeded, membra…"
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Harry replied to Richard Gadsby's discussion Breakdowns!!!
"Hahaha, that must have been a comical moment, ooo that wheel looks very familiar, hahaha"
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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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