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Smurf

So would you take this home or leave with customer to get rid or recycle?

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Believe it or not that lot was from a terraced house and yes was another hand job as gutter gap was less than 1 inch or less in places

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Pegasus

No green bins/green areas about?

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Guest OoO

It's amazing for the garden. So i would have sprinkled about near bushes .

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mr shine

i leave with the customer ,if they object which is rare i explain that im not licenced to carry waste

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Guest OoO

Smurf you are missing a trick here.

 

£15 removal, or they get rid FOC :D

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Smurf

Nah was an elderly lady which reminded me of my late mum. Had no place to dump it as was in a built up area also they had no soil garden boarders or recycle bin. Daughter is going to put in green bags to be collected instead.

 

 

Smurf you are missing a trick here.

 

£15 removal, or they get rid FOC :D

 

I know RC that's why I left it there as now my boards are 7 foot tall. :Image13:

 

I always take it home. Makes good compost on the garden!!!!

 

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Belfastcleaning

Leave it with them and charge them for the bag for life

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Smurf

It was their own bags I used as when doing a hand job I use a sack instead of a bucket as find it easier as now I use a microlite stand-off so can rest the sack on the roof tiles next to me. Before the sack starts to get too heavy I then transfer debris into their own green bags for disposal if I can get away with it. At least that way saves me taking loads of **** home to get rid myself.

 

Another example

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Me sack,...Ho Ho Ho :Image13:

 

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Tenant complained to the landlord that gutters where overflowing when it rained.

hmmmm....I wonder why

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Guest sdrah

have you got some copyright-free pics with clean / dirty gutters? i need few to upload on my webpage -

I always forget to take camera with me when I get a job - and sometimes I feel uncomfortable to take pictures of customers property . especially if they are around.

 

in fact last week I had my nikon - however when I reached the top of the ladder to take a snap - I realized that the battery hasn't been charged for ages :D

 

so any free pix will be considered

 

thanks very much

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Neil
It was their own bags I used as when doing a hand job I use a sack instead of a bucket as find it easier as now I use a microlite stand-off so can rest the sack on the roof tiles next to me. Before the sack starts to get too heavy I then transfer debris into their own green bags for disposal if I can get away with it. At least that way saves me taking loads of **** home to get rid myself.

 

Another example

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Me sack,...Ho Ho Ho :Image13:

 

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Tenant complained to the landlord that gutters where overflowing when it rained.

hmmmm....I wonder why

"Hand job " lolol

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