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Making a garden accessible for a old gentle man with ramp for motability scooter and decking area which used to flood as a seating area ramp needs trim at bottom still and suggested handrails to customer but didn't want them 

 

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Horse chestnut (which was pretty much upright 30 years ago) with progressive lean over pond. Recent shear crack, dropped a bit more. Reduced to mitigate the failure, good for another 10 years, will bush out again. Provides good shade for the fishies. Dragged out all the timber and brash with a pull line, pulley & landrover.

 

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51 minutes ago, David Humphries said:

Horse chestnut (which was pretty much upright 30 years ago) with progressive lean over pond. Recent shear crack, dropped a bit more. Reduced to mitigate the failure, good for another 10 years, will bush out again. Provides good shade for the fishies. Dragged out all the timber and brash with a pull line, pulley & landrover.

 

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Nice boat! Shame about the tree

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We decided to clear out most of the yard as we started to lose working space. 7 loads of woodchip and 3 arb waste wood. I was really impressed with the loader and how good an experienced operator is on one of them. IMG_20190827_105604.jpegIMG_20190828_095719_1.jpegIMG_20190828_102720_616.jpegIMG_20190827_105040.jpeg

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12 hours ago, David Humphries said:

Horse chestnut (which was pretty much upright 30 years ago) with progressive lean over pond. Recent shear crack, dropped a bit more. Reduced to mitigate the failure, good for another 10 years, will bush out again. Provides good shade for the fishies. Dragged out all the timber and brash with a pull line, pulley & landrover.

 

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Nice work, definitely need machinery for a job like that.

Question, was that a recent job? Leaves still look pretty good considering leaf miner and all that.

 

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15 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Nice work, definitely need machinery for a job like that.

Question, was that a recent job? Leaves still look pretty good considering leaf miner and all that.

 

Yesterday Mick.

 

HC leaf miner colonisation pretty variable across our sites in London.

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Contracting for aspect I did a sycamore crane job the tree wasnt massive but multiple stems electric wires bt wire through the middle of the tree a house a couple of feet away chimney pots u get the picture loads of targets no space 20190827_082234.thumb.jpeg.90914e276200539d5227d9c17af410ac.jpeg20190827_082231.thumb.jpeg.1b614c7c894c8d970dfd68bfbfe7de30.jpeg20190827_082230.thumb.jpeg.2c67cb383f1c78b01f2cedeba6eab1a3.jpeg20190827_084524.thumb.jpeg.ef9164b7c8549c0131cb446b35009f8a.jpegIMG-20190829-WA0000.thumb.jpeg.94f769d699ed885c65136948537e34b9.jpeg

 

 

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