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About 03hoarea

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  • Birthday 05/06/1990

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  1. yes thats the most ideal way to test a tree but the cost of such work simply outweighs the customers expectations I'm more interested in the hammer probes and resistance drill methods as they are inexpensive, just unable to find the drills that other companies have used around me, if anyone does know where i can get these that would be a great help
  2. i was planning to resistance drill a tree due to the decay in the base to determine weather to fell the tree or give it a hair cut, but having problems finding the skinny drill bits anyone know if that is the best option and where i can get these??
  3. I'm self employed in the U.K. And the last guy said you can do 180days in Germany?! Get paid in your English bank account and just put it through your books at home, don't know if this is correct? Permanent work possibly at a later date but would prefer to start out as a sunny and see how it goes 😉 But if you can ask that would be good! Do you mind if I ask wich company?
  4. hello im 26 and a competent climber hoping to work in germany but have been for a trial day which was very good rates, nice place to work etc all spot on however the guy was very vague on when i would recieve payment so if anyone knows of a good place ideally near to ingolstadt? and just to add i dont speak german either although keen to learn!!


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