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Tobermore have supplied a variety of products for Westpoint Homes development, Thorngrove Park. The project consists of 25 properties, ranging from affordable homes to large period-themed detached houses and luxury apartments, offering an authentic b
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Glasgow's newest and largest hospital has been named the ‘Queen Elizabeth University Hospital’ after Her Majesty the Queen officially opened the record-breaking facility in July 2015. A fabulous expanse of Tobermore’s permeable Hydropave Sienna Duo a

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Royal Swiss Apartments, produced by Anglo Swiss, consist of an exclusive collection of fourteen one and three bedroom lavish apartments which have recently been constructed in beautiful, suburban Barnes in London. Tobermore have supplied a selection

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We undertake Permeable block paving, hard landscaping, soft landscaping, driveways, patios, pathways, gardens, using Tobermore products in Exeter Devon. 

 

THIS PROJECT IS UNDER PERMEABLE DRIVEWAY CONSTRUCTION, CLICK HERE TO VIEW DAY 7-9 IMAGES.

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Open forum activity

David Benson replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Best tool for concert post!
"be ok as long as the post has not rotted at ground level "
16 hours ago
Tom Charnock replied to Tom Charnock's discussion Burning waste in a client's garden
"Thank you.  "
17 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Tom Charnock's discussion Burning waste in a client's garden
"Just check with the council for the local byelaws on bonfires.   If it's ok, best to then speak to the neighbours before burning............... you really don't want to piss them off if it can be avoided.  They might not mind if they have warning or…"
17 hours ago
Tom Charnock posted a discussion
Hi All. I have a customer with a large garden and their previous gardener has piled the waste in a large pile away from the house.   I am being asked to burn the waste.   Is this legal and do you need any permissions or is there anything that should…
17 hours ago
Fleur Voice posted a blog post
Makita UK has announced a new redemption scheme for end-users to claim a free XGT ‘Bluetooth Jobsite Radio’ with the purchase of qualifying XGT products. Tough and durable, the radio is a perfect addition to the job site and is redeemable on…
18 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Best tool for concert post!
"Thanks Gary.
I had no idea about getting them red-hardened. What kind of business does that, like a forge?
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18 hours ago
Neil Darby replied to Neil Darby's discussion Knapsack sprayer
"I don't know about the handle setup. But it turns out the plastic lever from the arm to the bottom of the diaphram has snapped. Whether it was me or not i'm not sure.
Replacement due tomorrow so I might give you a shout Paul. Cheers
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19 hours ago
Brian's Garden Maintenance replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Best tool for concert post!
"Thanks, Dave No SDS for me now!
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19 hours ago
Brian's Garden Maintenance replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Best tool for concert post!
"Thanks, Honey Badger that a great help! I look at the Mac Alister one seems very good!
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19 hours ago
Peter sellers posted a discussion
Anyone using these commercially? Opinions on reliability, wet grass collection. Warranty issues? They don't have very good reviews on Trustpilot, particularly when it comes to warranty claims.If any forum member has used them for more than a couple…
23 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Best tool for concert post!
"I take a angle grinder with me and sharpen when needed. "
yesterday
Angela Lambert and Sam Jackson are now friends
yesterday
Dave Colton replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Best tool for concert post!
"The 15kg breaker for what they cost area sound investment, I used to use a SDS but once you have a breaker you will never use the SDS again, and they soon pay for themselves in time and effort saved."
yesterday
Tom Greener replied to James's discussion Charging for laying turf
"Hi James,
 
That price would normally be inclusive of materials, however sometimes you need to factor in additional materials, for example if you were adding a lot of soil to level a slope or raise a sunken area. Soil is around £50 per ton/dumpy, so…"
yesterday
Triston Dominique, Stuart Bell and Tony woodley joined Landscape Juice Network
yesterday
James replied to James's discussion Charging for laying turf
"Thanks Tom. Does that price include the materials or just labour?"
yesterday
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Wiebang legacy 56 Pro

Anyone using these commercially? Opinions on reliability, wet grass collection. Warranty issues? They don't have very good reviews on Trustpilot, particularly when it comes to warranty claims.If any forum member has used them for more than a couple…

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Fibre in my diet not welcome

Happy Friday yesterday we turned upto my biggest proudest country garden we work as a big team every  FridaySadly FIBRE was been rammed down my throat ( front grass verge ) by a very efficient 15 man Romanian team and one idiot Englishman Basically…

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