Andersman02- Work and Equipment Pics

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by andersman02, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. andersman02

    andersman02 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Thought I'd post a few of our stuff. Was going to get a pic of our yard with all the trucks but spring came to fast. Here are some pics taken recently.

    My truck
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    New mow crea/cleanup trailer
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    Spring Cleanup setup w/o blowers
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    Trailer for spring cleanups w/o blowers
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    Snapped this after testing doing my backyard cleanup as a test run
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    Full Landscape Job with lighting
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    Same Landscape
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    Perennial Garden
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    Pond we did
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    Front Landscape
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    Same one
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    More to come once i scrounge around and find them.
     
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    Thought this was kinda funny. A car that has been sitting here since the beginning of winter. Parked near where we have to stack the snow and got the OK to plow it in. This was the 2nd to last storm. Eventually you couldnt even tell it was there.
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  5. Chris_NC06

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    Nice! How do you like your Gravely's?
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  6. andersman02

    andersman02 LawnSite Senior Member
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    We love the gravely's. Great rock solid machines. 48" works flawlessly and always has, doesnt cut quite as well as some of the others when going fast. This 60" is a workhorse but I thinkin the hydros are going our on it and it only has 450 hrs =( , When under stress and on hill it chutters (the wheels) and wines a bit. Going to replace the oil and filter n see if that helps as all.
     
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    Some of our equip
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    Job done for eroding hill, she works from home so wanted something pretty to look at.
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    Full front and sides landscape w/ 2' boulder wall
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    Small retaining wall, customer wanted this block and corners, not my favorite but he was very happy with it
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    Patio and surrounding landscape job, downspot is piped off to 20' past patio
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    andersman02 LawnSite Senior Member
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    getting ready for the season
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    New back up plow truck, perfect truck for resi IMO, 1998 2500 w/ 8ft straight
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    andersman02 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Privacy Berm for my old boss, Yes i know trees are planted to close. He likes the idea of it being completely filled in within a few years even if that means cutting down and redoing much sooner
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    Did a simular one for his son. Kind of funny story. As soon as he moved into the house the first thing he took down was 90% of the trees. The neighbors behind this berm now HATE him for that so we put up this berm. Landscape lighting will come along with a completely redone front next spring after they put an addition on.
    Should be an extremely fun job. I like the planting choice here more then the other one. Did Tiger eyes sumac on the right instead of the birch as we didnt want anything hangin of his neighbors drive.

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    Anyone wondering what the rock is we used. Really cool rock called "deeply weathered fon du lac". You either love it or hate it. Personally I hated it right away but it grew on me. It has a whole bunch of holes and craters in it.
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