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Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Carl Parsons's discussion Software (Jobber etc)
"Jobber doesn't measure from Google Maps and price up maintenance jobs nor would I want it (or anything else to do so) as there are far too many variables in domestic gardens which cannot be taken into account!"
1 hour ago
Adrian Noble replied to Carl Parsons's discussion Software (Jobber etc)
"Does Jobber Measure up gardens with Google maps and price up maintenance jobs, and send out a fully priced quote?
Does it also have form and automations?
Can it send out many emails in an automation?"
1 hour ago
PAUL COPSEY, Chris Watson and Philip Price joined Landscape Juice Network
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Martin Savine replied to Martin Savine's discussion Stihl Cordless Mower Suitable???
"Hi Seth
Not so much to the council, as i believe you are probably right in your assessment of their priorities.
my position is probably very different to many of you on this forum. i have a. Funtime employment as a firefighter so have all my basic b…"
3 hours ago
Seth Burgess replied to Martin Savine's discussion Stihl Cordless Mower Suitable???
"Are you hoping to sell the battery operated benefits to the council?
 
My experience of local councils... They talk like they care about environmental issues etc. but it all ultimately comes down to cost first and forget everything else when they ha…"
4 hours ago
Billybop replied to Martin Savine's discussion Stihl Cordless Mower Suitable???
"hi Martin yes the good quality battery kit is lovely to use, for most large lawns I use the Bosch GRA53 mower [now discontinued I believe] which I have had around 5 years. This takes 2 batteries and will run for up to an hour on each set..It is buil…"
5 hours ago
Martin Savine replied to Martin Savine's discussion Stihl Cordless Mower Suitable???
"Thanks for the reply Billybop, will take your advice on board. Can't see me being able to justify the cost of a battery ride on TBH.
`I guess if I'm honest, I just like the idea of Battery operated equipment due to the quiet enviromental issues, a m…"
6 hours ago
Andrew Coates liked English Sheep's discussion Hourly Rate Calculator
9 hours ago
Andrew . Perkins replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Epimedium
"Could try that , Annebelle does tend to flop which will cover them, it flops even more harder you prune it back , the epimedium will take dry condtions planted under H.Anna. "
19 hours ago
John F replied to Liam Tyler's discussion What first mower
"Hi Liam 
Harry's suggestion makes sense to me . 
Batteries will leave a dent in your budget plus gardening is not all about being on the machines , plenty of other gardening activities  will earn you a living . 
My most used machinery starting with…"
21 hours ago
Harry@VWGS replied to Liam Tyler's discussion What first mower
"Awesome, good luck buddy"
21 hours ago
Liam Tyler replied to Liam Tyler's discussion What first mower
"Hi Harry
thanks for your advise and concern 
but as Im in property maintenance the grass cutting etc can be a slow burner and as I do need a mower and strimmer for my personal use my out out is not all wasted
so I'm going for fsa 85 strimmer 
hsa 85…"
21 hours ago
Andrew, Tom Frost and Andrew Coates joined Landscape Juice Network
22 hours ago
Neil Petrie @ Core Landscapes replied to Carl Parsons's discussion Software (Jobber etc)
"Yeah, I trialled it in 2014 but wasn't ready to make the move then. All these years later it's obviously increased in price!! Doh."
23 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Carl Parsons's discussion Software (Jobber etc)
"We have used Jobber since May 2013 and as such they have given us all of the features for $41 per month on their "legacy plan".
We pobably couldn't do without it (but haven't used any other products) and members of staff have access to the schedules…"
23 hours ago
Harry@VWGS replied to Liam Tyler's discussion What first mower
"Definitely a good idea to not invest to much in kit to fi d you don't have the work coming in to pay for it. 
 
 I'd forget about back pack batteries for now, if you want to go the battery route just get the basics first and go from there, the outla…"
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 Currently in the market for the 3 leg adjustable tripod ladders. Trying to work out what's the best average height one people use.  Also any recommendations on brand to go with?  Will be picking a smaller set up and the very largest set.  Ideally…

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3 Replies · Reply by John F yesterday

What first mower

Hi allI'm just contemplating adding garden maintenance to the current property maintenance I already do(roofing, decorating fencing amongst  others)With a budget of £1500 to get equipment, I now it's not nowhere near enough to get everything So what…

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