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Hiya. Here is a hedge I cut. What would you have charged for it? I tried my new stihl hedge trimmer out on it, and its bang on. :001_smile: Oh and as for the bit at the top. I didn't have any ladders, its a job for another day when next door is in.





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I'm glad I don't upload pictures too often. It seems to take ages - I'm not that photoshop literate for resizing and lowering filesize tbh..

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£70 it's not just cutting the hedge travel cost is the biggest problem with a job like that. Unless you do it when your on way home if possible but most jobs like that aren't. There's got to be a minimum price/ callout on little jobs.

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