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Old 09-19-2011, 01:01 PM
ReddensLawnCare ReddensLawnCare is offline
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I think the safety part is your problem, as I have the same problem on loose hedges. Also, try to upsell the customer on some inner prunning to promote growth from within. That will help the issue tremendously, but it is time consuming to do it correctly, so bill accordingly. I am going to do a serious boxwood cutback tommorrow, and if I remember I will take some pics to post on here. They are getting cut back from 3.5' tall to around 2' and need to be trimmed from within as well to promote growth as there will be little to no growth after this job for around a month. The customer has been informed that it might not survive (just putting that in there so nobody flames me)
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