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John F replied to Tom lew's discussion Selling a small gardening round
"I agree with both replies but £350 a month extra is a lot to divide between the amount of customers…"
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Graham Taylor replied to Tom lew's discussion Selling a small gardening round
"so right..............  if you're any good and you have a good relationship with your customers and…"
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Andy Garside replied to Tom lew's discussion Selling a small gardening round
"Without any contracts the sale price is limited, if not nothing at all. Sorry but there is just no…"
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Tom lew replied to Tom lew's discussion Selling a small gardening round
"It's based in Orpington, pratts bottom, Bromley and chislehurst"
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Busy Bee Garden Services Limited replied to Tom lew's discussion Selling a small gardening round
"Where is the work based please?"
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Neil Ruddick replied to Tim Bucknall's discussion Waterproofs
"Fort Airflex Fortex Breathable Jacket is only £22.43 from Hollands Country Clothing.   I haven't…"
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paul watson replied to Peter sellers's discussion Wiebang 50 svp
"I have 2 AL-KO  4 in 1 machines, great pick up in the wet, packs the solid box, mulches great, side…"
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Hi, I'm looking at selling my small gardening round and wondered if anyone on here has sold or…
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Selling a small gardening round

Hi, I'm looking at selling my small gardening round and wondered if anyone on here has sold or bought a round in the past and has any advice for me please?It's only a small round with a minimum take of £10,000 per year but usually more with extras. Mostly through the account with a small number of older clients that will only deal in cash.I'm going to have to shut it down due to the London mayor expanding the ulez. For such a small business like mine I couldn't possibly cover the extra cost of…

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DeWalt hedge trimmer

Is the DeWalt hedge trimmer range a worthwhile investment? I already have several DW tools, and handy because they all use the same battery system. A colleague has also recently reccommended to me the BU-KO 52cc multi functional tool. It comes with long reach accessories and safety kit for around £170 (amazon price).My corded hedge trimmer has finally given up so I'm looking for a replacement tool  Many thanksRach  

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1 Reply · Reply by Billybop 23 hours ago
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Makita bhx 2501

Anyone got one of these?Our old Echo hand held blower finally died. We only use a hand held for occasional light use EG grass clippings on hard surfaces,  use backpacks for serious clearing.  At £168 Inc vat online seems a bargain ? Appreciate it's 4 stroke but run Honda 4 stroke strimmers without issues. 

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3 Replies · Reply by Billybop on Monday
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Wiebang 50 svp

Any got a weibang 50 svp 3 in 1 mower?Interested in long term reliability,  mulch and collect performance,  operator comfort and any issues.  Going to be used commercially 7 days a week. At £600 it's less than half the price of the Honda 537 HRX which we rate highly. Granted it's not got a BBC but will be used in mulch mode most of the time so not a big issue.  Thanks. 

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4 Replies · Reply by paul watson 15 hours ago
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Variable speed cordless strimmer

Hi folks Looking for recommendations for a professional cordless battery strimmer. But want one with a trigger related variable speed (what's the technical term?! So it'll run slower/faster depending on how hard you squeeze the trigger). Been looking at the Stihl models so happy to hear what else is about. Thanks!      

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6 Replies · Reply by Billybop on Sunday
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Lumag chipper.

Hi all, I have seen a lumag hc10 petrol wood chipper for sale not too far from me, quite new and a bit less than half the retail price. I haven't had a chipper before, I don't do big tree works, it would be more for chipping up shrub/ hedge reductions and small branches. I have two queries- are these a decent enough machine? ,  and have you bought a chipper and then either thought they are great or a waste of time. I'm concerned that the time spent chipping up might outweigh the time spent just…

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9 Replies · Reply by Sam Bainbridge on Saturday
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Transfer of grass clippings from ride on mower

This season, I hope to use my ride on mower with collector. In order to make it efficient, I need to consider how to transfer clippings from the collector to one ton bags. I have thought about reversing up onto car ramps with the bag underneath and drop it down. Or, drop onto a tarp and pick it up and place into bag. I would be interested in what others do. 

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10 Replies · Reply by Luke brooks on Sunday
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