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26 minutes ago, Will C said:

Unless your fatter than the gap just ladder over the post at end of Garage and drop another section over into the gap for later escape, Go to tree and spike up. Unless I’ve missed something it’s a Easy number. 
 

Edit: missed you couldn’t fit in the gap sorry, Steve has the solution, or eco plug just blow roof height, never tried this but can’t see why it wouldn’t work

That was my original plan, just hope the old roof holds 😂 landlords don’t like damage 🤣 but love compensation 😜

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36 minutes ago, Shaunpaul said:

That was my original plan, just hope the old roof holds 😂 landlords don’t like damage 🤣 but love compensation 😜

 

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Get some 6 stone scrote  to do it with a hacksaw for tenner - you get paid properly & they get a bag of smack 😆

 

(sorry no sense of appropriate humour possessed)

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2 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

You need a pole saw with a straight blade 

 

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Not worth the risk in putting boarding on those flimsy old roofs .

extending pole saw would probably do it or maybe a platform either side of the shed and a long scaffolding board .

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12 hours ago, Ian C said:

Get a 50 ton crane in fir them .

Then just hang a chain round them and rip them out by the roots :D

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I'd just use a powered pole saw, from the outside.  Couple of 8x4s on the roofs, for protection only,  cut sensible sized pieces, someone else holding/steadying with long armed pruner. Cut it down until it's as low as is sensible between the garages, the cut some slots in the top of the stumps with the pole saw, then spray something appropriate on them.

 

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