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Ian Flatters

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About Ian Flatters

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    Senior Member, Raffle sponsor 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
  • Birthday 15/12/1983

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    Norfolk
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    Norwich

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  1. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    Coor, what a cedar mick. A mixed bag of works this week for me. Taking out some populars in a church that were in decline and a call out to a large oak that collapsed.
  2. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    Just their time really, remove and replant. Mostly pretty happy in fairness. Got 24 bottles of beer off one homeowner too.
  3. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    Only really if I have some free time. Which is normally after work and i just take it out for a fly about to see the world from a different point of view.
  4. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    Way too heavy for her, the grounds soild so the timber lorry is happy to drive on and collect.
  5. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    Spent 2 days and a morning on this site. Decided to close it down at 10am as we're ready for the timber lorries next week. So had an afternoon sorting kit out. Nice easy job, trucks close by and the skid steer moving branches.
  6. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    I'd never get it back if I did.
  7. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    When you get asked for a favour by your dad to drop a few trees at the local rugby club. I felt so bad I'm lending them the greenmech to clear it up tomorrow.
  8. Ian Flatters

    Craned out beech

    Just leggy limbs Steve, I think the heaviest bit was a ton. We also had loads of time so no rush as the timber lorry was arriving at 1pm.
  9. Ian Flatters

    Craned out beech

    6-7 hours to complete the whole job. Wasn't a huge tree just a pain.
  10. Ian Flatters

    Craned out beech

    Yeah, a mavic pro
  11. Ian Flatters

    Craned out beech

    Yeah it was all included in the price thankfully and always handy to have an extra pair of eyes watching over the lifts.
  12. Ian Flatters

    Craned out beech

    We got a crane in on this job because it was vastly more efficient than rigging and blocking it down and extracting as the garden with objects below we a bit of a nightmare. Took it nice and easy as we had the time on it which was nice for a change.
  13. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    A few from this weeks project, clearing out laurels and hollies as part of a regeneration project. We had an ecologist and wildlife inspector on site to help the works progress. Also as you can see had a few bits on demo. Honestly didn't think there was too much between the loaders. Multiones panels were much better with the rhino coating. Hope you enjoy.
  14. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    Hi Mick, How do you rate the Multione? I've got a demo on site next week and was curious to know your views. [emoji106]
  15. Ian Flatters

    the 'todays job' thread

    Just a few recent bits and bobs. In fairness I've been taking a step back off the tools, heavily reducing my climbing as the lads are able to do it. Just looking at replacing the skid steer and digger so when I'm needed I can sit on my bum and be helpful.

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