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Decking With LED Spotlights

Cronton - Cheshire


This timber decking project was carried out in the Cronton area of Cheshire and also included the installation of LED Spotlights.

Timber Decking


 

 

Runcorn,  MacclesfieldEllesmere PortCreweCongletonC

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Lawn & Garden Edgings

As Spring seems to be in the air and many are starting to venture into the gardens again following the long hard winter - there seems to be a few jobs more pressing than others. Some of those less pressing jobs if done now could save hours of time in

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Open forum activity

Paul Baillie replied to Steven Mills's discussion Escallonia hedge reduction
"I think I'd do it now. Seen lots of shoots on ones round here recently and if you want it to shoot lower, you need to cut it really."
7 minutes ago
Steven Mills posted a discussion
HiWe've been asked to reduce a well established Escallonia hedge. It's currently about 4 - 5 feet high and needs to come down by about 18 inches which would mean cutting into some quite thick,woody branches. Would it be OK to do this now do you…
15 minutes ago
Kris Baker replied to Dylan's discussion FreeAgent software
"My immediate reaction was "What's in it for Natwest?" as they need to have a reason.
If you use an Accountant you might want to use something that they favour - so it is easy for them to do any year end account processing for you, without incurring…"
33 minutes ago
Ed Fox replied to Ed Fox's discussion slatted screens above fencing height
"Cheers David. Yes checked last might and 2m at back is correct.
However I did not highlight very well but I am building a pergola with slatted screen attached to back posts and want to run continuation of slatted screen at high level across the…"
10 hours ago
Luke brooks liked Ted Waldron's profile
10 hours ago
David Benson replied to Ed Fox's discussion slatted screens above fencing height
"its usualy 1mt at the front and 2mt at the back that includes any trelesing on top anything higher needs planing 
if the property is listed or in a conservation area you will need planing for any work you intend doing including fencing "
20 hours ago
Dylan posted a discussion
Hi Does anyone use the freeagent software?Natwest bank offer it free to their business customers and just wondered if anyone has used or is using it
21 hours ago
Tim Wallach commented on Robbie's blog post Renovating a small lawn before and after
"Excellent stuff Robbie-and especially like the 2 weeks after shots!   Thanks "
23 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Joe taylor's discussion Winning and approaching new contracts and deals
"So have you sketched out a definite way forward?
Do you want to be a contractor who does all the work that estate agents may throw at you or do you want to be more specialist like Vic and cherrypick the work by being better equipped than your…"
23 hours ago
Ed Fox posted a discussion
What are the legal and planning issues around putting slatted screens above the top of the fenceline on seperate posts to the fence.I've seen it done a lot on pinterestTo be clear - slatted screen only attached to posts above the height of the fence…
yesterday
Louise Pennington is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
yesterday
Andrew Betteridge replied to Joe taylor's discussion Winning and approaching new contracts and deals
"Going back to the original post, estate agents often want clearance jobs done rather than regular maintenance on some properties. 
That puts you into competition with contractors other than gardeners and grounds maintenance contractors.
Back at the…"
yesterday
Billybop replied to Paul foster's discussion Business for sale
"the way I look at it is that those introductions are Leads, rather than Sales, there is a difference, the previous gardener has been paid for the work they have done,there is still on going hard work left to do rather than scooping up some kind of…"
yesterday
Ben Carter replied to Joe taylor's discussion Winning and approaching new contracts and deals
"Andy
Your right about the not getting paid and just becoming a credit service.  I used to be a manager for a few of the national GM compainies and getting the money from firms was the hardest part of the job.  60 days often used to get streched to…"
Saturday
Ted Waldron replied to Joe taylor's discussion Winning and approaching new contracts and deals
"Thanks Vic,
I currently have a very good gardening round in N.Wilts but may be relocating further west and want to diversify a bit so it's interesting to know the sort of charges for that Lind of work. 
I appreciate you sharing.
Ted"
Saturday
Vic 575 replied to Joe taylor's discussion Winning and approaching new contracts and deals
"Commercial grass cutting is between £60 and £80 p/h.
Occasionally a little more.
But that is only time actually on site. It doesn’t include travel, time taken at the fuel station, loading and unloading at each end of the day or nipping back to…"
Saturday
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