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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by prizeprop, Mar 1, 2006.
some trim job,trying to keep out of pool.
Some more of another house.
You did a great job trimming, did you do it all with gas trimmers. It looks like it would be tough to keep the clippings out of the pool.
We usually use a tarp held by 2 other workers and what ever falls in the pool we have a system of having one guy blowing the top of the water with a backpack blower and it gets a current going towards one end of the pool. Everything usually floats and when the current gets it to the one end of the pool another guy uses a skimmer and skoops it out. All done with redmax gas trimmers.
The before and after pics are great. I enjoy doing those kind of jobs, where you can make a dramatic improvment on existing shrubs and trees.
I hope you got paid good for that pool work. That job would of sucked.
Great work..for sale clean-up huh?Love the waterfall and the pool and the way that whole back is landscaped.Do you mind if I ask how much you charged to do the front?
Actually, the house with the front yard was just purchased , we trimmed,re-edged beds,mulched and replenished river rock accents for $2500. The other house with the pool we charge $40 a man hour , the whole property front and back was invoiced for 5men x 9.5 hrs= 47.5 man hrs portal to portal. $1,900.
looks like u took your time on that property nice work keep it up.
That's what I was going to say use a tarp. Nice job very nice job..