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Dave M

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About Dave M

  • Rank
    Junior Member

Personal Information

  • Location:
    Hayes, Middx
  • Interests
    HFT (Air rifle target shooting) Carp Fishing (well..I still have the gear)
  • Occupation
    Telecoms Engineer
  • City
    London
  1. Enjoy. Jorian Ponomareff - World Training - Snotr
  2. I had to google "Park homes" as I hadn't heard/read the term before.
  3. That doesn't make sense to me, would you explain what you mean?
  4. If it was topped and limbed down the left, I think it'd make a great stunt fell down the alley. are you fully insured?:lol:
  5. Interesting post, two thoughts came to mind... 1) Do the others include VAT in their ball park quotes? 2) What have you seen that the others may have missed?
  6. I read that and had to reach for the tissues............ I laughed so hard a bit of wee came out. :lol:
  7. I kinda knew that's what you meant, I was attempting humour. Thanks and Yes, I'll let you know how it goes.
  8. I'm very happy for you both. Now, would you be prepared to offer a ball park figure for the removal.
  9. Any more detail or pics I can add to help?
  10. Agreed but what's "A good days wage"?
  11. Thanks for the reply John. Yes access is tight into the garden, only through the alley between the buildings which is about 2ft at it's narrowest. A skip lorry has been down the access road to the metal shutters.
  12. For the removal of this Euc. I guess it's about 12m tall and 600mm at base. Many Thanks.
  13. Hey guys the OP is just starting out, can you advise him where to buy "years of experience"? possibly post a link??
  14. The link above caused a security warning by Microsoft essentials on my PC. I don't know why but thought I'd let you know.

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