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Wood disposal

Would be grateful of advice regarding how people dispose of old wood?  We have a large build up of old fence panels/pallets/2x4 wood lengths etc.  We usually get a 40 yard roll on roll off skip every so often to dispose of but prices are through the

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5 Replies · Reply by Vic 575 Aug 5
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Travel cost

Hi All

Just looking at a new tender for maintenance on multiple sites.... I've been asked for a cost per mile for traveling.....something I've not looked at, we generally put travelling in on the price....now obviously I can just divide what I usually

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5 Replies · Reply by John F Jul 18
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Shelf Life

I quoted to hand paint a substantial area of closeboard fencing panels in the garden of a new build property 3 years ago using the potential customers newly purchased supply of fence paint , Not a well known brand , probably water based . 

They just g

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4 Replies · Reply by John F Feb 22
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