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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by McG_Landscaping, Mar 18, 2011.
I can buy a snapper for $600-800 and it will last 40+yrs i bet. at least the last one did.
because cheap ones dont last
Ive been good. busy and its been a stressful year. im looking forward to winter
in the shop... again. luckily just for a power steering pump and an icp sensor
i love that insert. its smooth and looks much better than the other one
yeah when you mow 5 yards a week and get 30 cuts a season (150 cuts) they last. 20 years of mowing when you're only doing a few yards a week equals one year of what we do with roughly 105 yards a week. cheap mowers dont last.
Some mowing, mulch, and stone on a property that was let go
A fresh planting and mulch at one of our commercial accounts. An overgrown job that we turned into a simple mulch bed and the largest landscape install that we did this year
This was a fun job.
Looks good as usual my mahn!
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and the afters
a small install, some more of one of the previous posted overgrown jobs, and a bed removal
more of the yard repair and a wall job that we did
more wall pictures