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New Leaf Property Service's Picture Thread.

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by NLPS, Oct 22, 2017.

  1. Wye Oak Tree

    Wye Oak Tree LawnSite Fanatic
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    Yes! Thats better
     
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  2. OP
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    NLPS

    NLPS LawnSite Member
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    Here’s some from today, septic maintenance providers were worried about roots in the system so trees were removed to help prevent root spread and a full system service will see if the root damage is more severe.

    In the first picture you can barely make out the lids.

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  3. OP
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    NLPS

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    So here she is, my latest purchase I happend to get an incredible deal on it. Its a multiquip/mikasa MVC64VHW with the water tank. Bought it off a guy on Kijiji who turns out I went to septic school with (small world).
     
  4. OP
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    NLPS

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    A little update, it’s been crazy busy with snow removal I take care of 150 residential drives using a Deere 6105m with a new cyclone 92” blower (I work for the company that makes them/uses them in their own contract work during the winter) in between storms I have made a couple tool purchases to build my fleet of orange. Recently I was able to purchase
    A 2016 husqvarna k760 (ex-rental fleet) and a brand new tufx wheel barrow.
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    These are two of the tractors I work along side- 6330 with normand blower and 6105r with the same cyclone blower as mine, true to their claim they do leave little to no snow on the street and I’ve timed and average of 35 seconds per driveway myself. 83A3AFC0-9D60-4EDB-898B-710AA9E9A444.jpeg 8EACC760-4EA4-474A-A749-2898689ACA18.jpeg
     
  5. OP
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    NLPS

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    The new trailer, I ended up putting 20” sideboards on it. Now I just have to get signs for the sides and it’s ready to roll.
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  6. Greencuts518

    Greencuts518 LawnSite Fanatic
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    Wow great work...35 seconds a driveway that's moving:weightlifter:
     
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  7. OP
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    NLPS

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    Well the seasons starting to kick off up here, these are some pictures from this past weeks adventures. Simple garden bed extension and lawn mowing.
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  8. OP
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    NLPS

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    Changing blades and putting down a different kind of stripes.
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  9. dailyxe

    dailyxe LawnSite Member
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    Ya wow, great work :weightlifter:
     
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  10. OP
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    NLPS

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    Interesting day, sweep in the morning, quote in the afternoon. Pick up a brand new mz52 at night.
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