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Old 12-02-2009, 11:29 PM
sweetjetskier sweetjetskier is offline
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artificial turf equipment

I have been looking at adding artificial turf maintenance to the business.

The Redexim equipment appears to be the best for this type of work.

I am leaning towards a verti top, seems simple to operate.

Are these maintenance nightmares?

I have some info on pricing for the service, but it is difficult to find a lot of info on the units themselves.

Any observations?
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Old 12-11-2009, 03:52 PM
brookviewlawncare brookviewlawncare is online now
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We have a verti top, verti brush and verti broom all work very well and are user friendly if you have question you can call me Dan
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Old 12-29-2009, 04:48 PM
Deltacare, LLC Deltacare, LLC is offline
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Sweetjetskier

I used to own a landscape company and now work for Redexim. I could answer any questions you might have regarding the products. For a contractor, the Verti-Top is the product you would want. It will remove any surface debris (sunflower seeds is the biggie for selling the service) including gravel, earring studs, safety pins, etc., etc.

I would also recommend a Verti-Groom for de-compacting older fields and brushing any fields. You can call or PM anytime if you have any further questions.
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