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Very busy here in NI, more so than ever. All the tree guys seem to be the same, as do most trades. Enjoying it while we can, next year may be different, when furlough stops, jobs go and people put whatever money they have to the holiday they missed this year (if there are any airlines left).

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Never been so busy on the trees, fella i climb for is booked until jan

 

Have 3 other firms who want to book me for climbing, and im still getting queries for carpentry work (my first trade) but im turning these down rather finish my house and stick with the trees 

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