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Dave F replied to Neal's discussion Charging for lawns
"Agreed Tony, they’re my best days. I know where I’m going, how long it’ll take, no waste to remove, customers know when I’ll be there so no access issues and majority of customers pay by bank transfer so don’t need to wait in for me or me have to go…"
8 minutes ago
Tony @SM replied to Neal's discussion Charging for lawns
"Hi Dave. I also set a minimum charge of £15, I have a no. of those in one area (plus a few £20'ers) and that tends to be my best paid day as I can get round quickly with no access issues or waiting around. I find it is the bigger gardens in the weal…"
14 minutes ago
Ben Dommett, Robert, Paul Newman and 2 more joined Landscape Juice Network
3 hours ago
Landscape Juice replied to Fencing Essentials's discussion Walkover Sprayers - Pedestrian
11 hours ago
Progreen Weed Control replied to Fencing Essentials's discussion Walkover Sprayers - Pedestrian
"Morning, we sell the Walkover sprayers and are shortly receiving a batch delivery for stock. The Greenkeeper is the top of the tree with pneumatic tyres, Turfmaster has solid wheels so strictly for bowls green/ cricket pitches. The Rambler is excell…"
12 hours ago
Neal replied to Neal's discussion Charging for lawns
"Hi Dave , thanks for your comment.
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21 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Fencing Essentials's discussion Threat of the Robotic Mower!
"What’s the greatest distance that a robotic mower has gone off piste?
 Andy "
21 hours ago
Richard Shelton, Charlie Owen and Chris Jensen joined Landscape Juice Network
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yesterday
Andrew Watts posted a discussion
Anyone on here based aroud Monmouthshire. I'm looking for a recommendation for a medium garden near Dingestow - 500sqm lawns, some borders, hedges. In good tidy condition to start. Will need maintenance every 2 weeks including mowing, with some smal…
yesterday
Andrew Betteridge replied to Fencing Essentials's discussion Threat of the Robotic Mower!
"To put it another way, they can keep a tidy lawn tidy, but they cannot turn a field into a lawn without some prior work by a human being and machines.
Plus they won’t trim the edges and clean the paths."
yesterday
Dave F replied to Neal's discussion Charging for lawns
"Morning
Im NE based so can hopefully give some advice.....
One comment spoke of minimum £60 per hour which just wouldn’t work up here. No domestic client will pay that much.
i charge minimum £15 for a lawn cut regardless of size to ensure my minimum…"
yesterday
Gary RK replied to Fencing Essentials's discussion Threat of the Robotic Mower!
"Yes, agree with the above. There is an LJN member that does just that. They also find it presents additional opportunities for other services.... ;)
Looking at the wider picture means you should see these opportunities ...."
yesterday
DAVID at Orion Forestry replied to Fencing Essentials's discussion Threat of the Robotic Mower!
"It sounds like Husqcarna's advice has been misunderstood, this is entirely the oposite of how a robot mower works. The robot goes out every day for many hours in a large garden, taking off 1 or 2 millimetres of new growth and leaving it as mulch. It…"
yesterday
Neal replied to Neal's discussion Charging for lawns
"Ive got some customers who are doing this actually !!! Thanks for the comment !"
yesterday
Vic 575 replied to Neal's discussion Charging for lawns
"That seems very cheap, especially on the smaller ones you mention, particularly if you are collecting and removing grass from site. What about the time taken to dispose of the grass clippings?
I always mulch, which works very well, except for the la…"
yesterday
jack Raffan is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
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