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Metal pre-fab sheds

Evening all. I'm in the process of moving house and the new house does not currently have a very secure garage / shed / workshop.

I'm looking for something to throw up quickly. Maybe to keep long term, but will probably need to be moved. 

I've had a qu

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8 Replies · Reply by Glen Stillman Mar 20, 2019
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Happy Christmas

I know this time of year isn't always easy for everyone but I sincerely wish all LJN members a restful and peacful time.

Thank you for supporting the Landscape Juice Network and I hope everyone has a successful 2019.

Also a special mention to Louise

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4 Replies · Reply by Darren Walters Dec 23, 2018

Ego Nexus power inverter

Anybody who has gone the Ego route of battery powered tools like myself this looks interesting, not sure when it's available in the uk.

It converts the battery into a portable power source which could be useful while working or during leisure time.

Ego

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13 Replies · Reply by Chris Aug 31, 2018

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Hello everybody,

I'm a fencer, domestic only, I've got to replace an existing fence next to a mainly confier hedge, that's past it's best, this belongs to a neighbouring stud (one of the big ones), the client notified them of the fence work, they've t

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4 Replies · Reply by Graham Taylor Aug 25, 2018
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A retired Physical Education…

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