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So I don't do many of my own jobs, this one came up as a weekend job, I'm fully qualified and insured , just wondering how much you would charge roughly, trunk is a good 40" dia

 

All chip to be spread around the site on flowerbeds

All logs to be put in the garage there,

Stump to be ground out , (plus another 20" stump needed done on site)

 

Be glad of feedback and help, thanks!Screenshot_20190705-205534_Gallery.jpegScreenshot_20190705-205543_Gallery.jpegScreenshot_20190705-205552_Gallery.jpegScreenshot_20190705-205604_Gallery.jpegScreenshot_20190705-205750_Gallery.jpeg

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If you don't do your own work why do you have insurance?

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Let it go Dave.

 

2/3 days without hydraulic help (log stacking  is a time eater) lot of technical rigging but nothing too tricky.

 

1.5 to 2K folding.

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If you don't do your own work why do you have insurance?
I don't do many as I've just started, and learning by working with a more experienced climber on challenging jobs..

Is it a problem for you that I'm insured?
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Let it go Dave.
 
2/3 days without hydraulic help (log stacking  is a time eater) lot of technical rigging but nothing too tricky.
 
1.5 to 2K folding.
Thanks mate

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There's another day there in log stacking, prob more than the woods worth 

where as you can park under it for easy access and cart wood away 

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15 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Let it go Dave.

 

2/3 days without hydraulic help (log stacking  is a time eater) lot of technical rigging but nothing too tricky.

 

1.5 to 2K folding.

Hell fire! I'm far too cheap!

 

PS, I would not rig any of that.

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3 men 

lorry load of chip 

load of wood 

one day 

stump grind next 

1,850

+vat 

save it till when it's cooler 

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5 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

And make sure you don't turn up with just 1 groundsman

I only ever have one goundsman.

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