Edwardian Conservatories

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  1. Smurf

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  2. tench0771

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    very good job m8 looks clean as a wistle
     
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    looking good there smurf, did you use hot water to clean roof ?
     
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    Thanks but was very awkward to do

     
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    You must have left a nice bend in that gutter after you were finished
     
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    i ant keen on them eather lol but its all ££££ in the bank
     
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    Not on that one as was out in the sticks and forgot to buy some replacement batteries for my L5. Oops!

    Used tap water mostly at high flow rate and some ubik when needed then rinsed with pure.
     
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    why? Ankalad was deployed so was used as a free standing ladder and was not putting any pressure on the guttering.


     
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    So what would you have charged for that one?
     
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    I would of charged £40 and would of done it in an hour,

    would love to charge more and take 2 hours on the job

    extra £20 to clear the gutter
     
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