68 Langley Road, Staines upon Thames, Middlesex. TW18 2EH
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Small business offering hard and soft landscape construction by ourselves on small gardens, project management of larger schemes using specialist contractors.
National Diploma Landscape Construction at Merrist Wood College 1988. Variety of roles for small, medium and large companies: Senior foreman Squires landscape ( domestic landscape) Contracts Manager Squires landscape (domestic landscape) Regional Assessor Marshalls register Contracts Manager PGSD Ltd (domestic landscape, commercial fencing and highways horticultural maintence) Contracts manager Gavin Jones. Ltd ( Plantation Landscape) domestic and small commercial projects, specimen tree and shrub planting.
Landscaper, Consultant, Commercial, Domestic
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If you use joist hangers to connect the new timbers to the old then you will be able to use 6x2 as you are splitting the span into 2.
If it was one of my jobs then I would still go with 8x2s as the money saved using 6x2s would be balance by t…"
Looking my span tables you could get away with a 7x2 C24 graded timber, but if it were me then I would just use some more 8x2's which could be C16 graded if that is all you can get hold of/ cheaper than C24.
With trees around to anchor it to my tool of choice would be a Tirfor hand winch to pull them out - very satisfying and more quiet than an excavator.
I use a company called AHS whenever I'm buying a pallet or more of bark or compost. They originally started supplying bark and compost but will now source pretty much everything you need.
AHS 01797 252728
If you have bulk bag loaded on to a sheet of plywood which sits on the rollers it will quite easily out of the van. Be careful…"
What sort of panels are they? Some pics would be useful if you can upload them.
I havent ever had an issue with any softwood leaching preservative before, but if they are made from oak then you will get the Tannin leaching which shows as…"
You need to ask the merchants before you buy - don't assume that all tantalised timber is the same! And don't be surprised if the merchants don't know what class their timber is…"
We are in the same position with a commercial scheme in Maidenhead, I'm seriously considering pulling off site for the first part of the week because of the constant low temperatures.
If your paving is already down the easyjoint website giv…"
If you are pointing a large area over a period of time then it gives you a consistancy of colour and it is designed to be used in a high street situation so we know that it is goin…"
I would second Peters view on parts, when I worked for a larger company we ran 4 Cantors - the only place you can get parts is from Mitsubishi even down to things like mirrors. I don't think that the actual cost of the parts was the ma…"
Congratulations on winning the work.
In my experience property developers can great to work for or awful to work for never often in between.
My advice would be to do the following:
1) in the first instance to carry out a credit check o…"
without seeing the garden and its relationship to the surrounding area i.e. is it the lowest garden and thus taking all the run off from surrounding gardens it is difficult to say exactly what to do.
A lot of developers tend to clear th…"