MWJONES's Friends

  • Karl Barowsky
  • Bentomat
  • Matt - Johnsons Landscape Design
  • Danny mills
  • James Dixon
  • Angus Horticulture
  • Brendan McHale
  • Steve London Stone
  • SilverBirch Garden Developers
  • Ian Olpin
  • Peter Woolnough
  • axeljk
  • Stuart Land-Scape.co.uk
  • Andrew Evans
  • Steve Boyle

MWJONES's Discussions

Cutting holes in slabs

Started this discussion. Last reply by MWJONES 6 hours ago. 9 Replies

Afternoon all,I need to cut a 30cm hole in a slab to go over a manhole. Any pointers on how to do this?Cant find anything on the internet.CheersMarkContinue

Health and safety course.

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Brett Sep 22. 3 Replies

May be useful to someoneOnline health and safety courses…Continue

Contractors needed.

Started Jun 15 0 Replies

Evening all,I have been running my business for some time now and had a contract with a play equipment company carrying out installation work around the UK building up the business.The other day out…Continue

Sutton Scotney, Hampshire. - help required.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Graeme @ BGS May 28. 3 Replies

Late notice but is anyone available near to Sutton Scotney, Hampshire Thursday / Friday this week? And may be a day or two next week?

weather

Loading… Loading feed

 

MWJONES's Page

Landscape industry discussion forum - Trending Topics:


PRO Member
MWJONES replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"Cheers, We will try and see how we get on. Marl"
6 hours ago
Thermo replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"you're unlikely to get the two pieces out of one slab, extremely unlikely (well neigh on impossible actually). mark your outer ring and use a 4" grinder to score the circle and go in as deep as you can. then go inside the line with a…"
6 hours ago

PRO Member
MWJONES replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"600x600x50mm concrete slab"
6 hours ago
John Baker replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"Might be easier if you have the joint of 2 or even 3 slabs in the recessed cover"
6 hours ago
Thermo replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"what type of paving is it?"
6 hours ago
Neil Petrie BSc Landscape Mgt replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"I would think a 4" grinder with diamond blade and a perfectly scribed circle would work. Carefully and slowly cutting round and round and round and round until it breaks through would do the job. Without having done it any other way that's…"
9 hours ago
Ian Street replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"You used to be able to get 'cone' diamond blades for a cutter, to cut circles. I know, (a few months ago), that they are still available."
10 hours ago

PRO Member
MWJONES replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"Cheers Kieran, ive got a recess man hole which is 30cm round which I am trying to put the 600x600 slab over. Then i would like to try and put the piece I cut out into the insert. A mortar rake blade might do the trick with a steady hand."
11 hours ago

PRO Member
Kieran Ray replied to MWJONES's discussion Cutting holes in slabs
"Draw your circle then cut as close to the line as possible. You will probablprobably need to use a 4 inch grinder with a diamond blade. Then once the main stay is out neaten it up with the grinder. I'll sometimes use a mortar rake blade for…"
11 hours ago

PRO Member
MWJONES posted a discussion

Cutting holes in slabs

Afternoon all,I need to cut a 30cm hole in a slab to go over a manhole. Any pointers on how to do this?Cant find anything on the internet.CheersMarkSee More
11 hours ago

PRO Member
MWJONES replied to Phil Voice's discussion Working at height - health and safety breach
"I am currently involved in a HSE investigation with regards to working at height. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ME OR MY COMPANY!!! It is so important to ensure that risk assesments, PPE, method statments, and training are met and kept upto date. If…"
yesterday

PRO Member
MWJONES updated their profile
Sep 24

PRO Member
James Brett replied to MWJONES's discussion Health and safety course.
"I registered yesterday, just had my login come through. Will provide feedback once I have had a proper look. It certainly is a great deal!!!"
Sep 22

Premium Supplier
Acacia Groundcare Hire replied to MWJONES's discussion Health and safety course.
"Thank you for the link, what a great deal! Definitely good to keep up to date with all this stuff before it is too late. Have you done the course that the link leads to? If so, what did you think?"
Sep 22

PRO Member
MWJONES replied to Mitchel ingham's discussion better ranking on google help
"Websites are a bit like landscaping. You get what you pay for! You can watch a youtube video and have a go but it wont be as good as being built by a trained / time served specialist. Who knows what they are doing. You have your skill sets, a web…"
Sep 21

PRO Member
MWJONES replied to MWJONES's discussion Health and safety course.
"Currently I am involved in an accident investigation where the employer will be in big trouble over training and risk assesments. For little outlay now you will protect yourself big time should an issue happen."
Sep 20

Profile Information

Business name
MWJONES LTD
Address
Bramleys Farm
Watford Road
Ashby St Ledgers
Daventry
Northampton
Northampronshire
NN11 2LJ
Primary telephone number:
07590631885
Email address
mark@mwjones.co.uk
Website (be sure to check it's inserted correctly before saving)
http://www.mwjones.co.uk
About your business
Landscape gardener based in Northamptonshire covering Leicestershire and Warwickshire. We provide hard and soft landscaping service, tree work and ground work. We also supply and install garden and commercial play equipment such as swings, climbing frames etc.
Qualifications and/or skills
City and guilds
NVQ
NTPC
IOSH
Turnover
-£50k
Number of employees
2
VAT registered
No
Business category
Consultant, Designer, Landscaper, Lawn Care, Maintenance, Tree Surgeon, Other
Where did you hear about Landscape Juice
google

MWJONES's Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Comment Wall

  • No comments yet!

You need to be a member of Landscape Juice Network to add comments!

Join Landscape Juice Network

 
 
 

LJN Sponsors

Advertisers

© 2014   Landscape Juice ® Limited - Registered in England 08356644

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service