Added by Nick Mann on October 31, 2010 at 15:09 — No Comments
Should you market to residential or commercial clients? Here’s how to determine your expertise and your preferred clientele:
Most of us have our hands in many different pots.
Trying our best to cater to everybody, we offer our services to residential AND commercial markets, all while dipping our toes in a variety of…Continue
Most contractors check their books at the end of the year and find themselves wondering:
“Where did my profit go?”
There’s often more than one answer to that question, but this question brings us to one very common answer: Whoever is pricing the work doesn’t understand the difference between a profit markup and a profit margin.
Do you understand the difference? Here’s a quick test:
Added by Mark Bradley on October 30, 2010 at 2:32 — No Comments
Poppies symbolise remembrance because they often cover battlefields once the guns fall silent. But why? Poppy seeds only germinate in freshly dug soil. All those squaddies’ bootprints, shell holes and tank tracks churn up the ground forcing any poppy seeds buried in soil up to the surface where the…Continue
As winter approaches and the leaves fall,people find this is time of year when slips trips and falls occur on slippery paths.Power washing removes atmospheric pollution moss and algae returning the paving to a nearly new state.Many people have a domestic powerwasher which is ideal for small areas but can be time consuming on larger areas or areas prone to puddling. A flat surface or rotary cleaner keeps the mess on the ground,rather than on the windows.
Professional paving restoration…
Added by Peak surfacing ltd. on October 28, 2010 at 12:00 — No Comments
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SUDs legislation has lead to a increase in options for permeable paving when taking up your garden to add extra parking spaces or make it maintenace free.
Block paving -laid on a screed of gritsand is many peoples favourite method-but the sand washes away and the joints fill with atmospheric pollution causing weeds and moss regrowth.
Stabilised gravel is becomming popular because of its decorative nature,ease of installation and maintenace.The ground is prepared in the conviential…
Added by Peak surfacing ltd. on October 27, 2010 at 17:07 — No Comments
Added by chris nangle on October 27, 2010 at 16:27 — No Comments
What a breath of fresh air to recently accomplish, with the landscaping and design team, a Rammed Earth course in Norfolk, UK.…
Added by Paysage Durable on October 26, 2010 at 11:30 — No Comments
Choisya ternata can give great glossy foliage and a second flush of flowers with a whiff of scent if the air gets warm enough, - but only if you don't prune it. - It is a large bush, so leave it at least 2metres in space all round, and this will give you evergreen foliage and 2 lots of flowers a… Continue
Continental Initiative continues to pay dividends!
Ashford based Oakover Nurseries…Continue
Added by Phil Evans on October 24, 2010 at 16:33 — No Comments
Added by Phil Evans on October 24, 2010 at 15:30 — No Comments
Graham Renny, the inventor of the fully-patented multi-purpose garden waste-collecting device, the Gator Grabber, will be on QVC tomorrow - Sunday 24th - at 2pm.
This will be Graham's second appearance on QVC following his debut in March during which the entire stock of Gator Grabbers sold out in 7 minutes flat!
Added by Bruce Renny on October 23, 2010 at 9:41 — No Comments
Do you think Phil would like a Christmas Present?
I don’t know if you have noticed but to the bottom right of the LJN website you will see a donation button. Maybe I am speaking out of turn, but it would be nice for the members of LJN who enjoy all the help and advice from other members and…Continue
Added by John Cavill on October 21, 2010 at 23:10 — No Comments
Garden fencing is something which you don’t really think about and take for granted
about 90% of the time. It is usually not until one of your fence panels is blown down in a gale, or a concrete fence post cracks during the
winter frost that you suddenly give your garden fencing any attention at all. Other
damage that the long British winters can inflict on your fencing includes;
wooden fence posts rotting,…
Radius Ergonomic Tools and the World Famous Gator Grabber!
As part of my gardening and design website I sell great tools from the Radius range and the most robust leaf clearer called the Gator Grabber. Here is my blog explaining what they are and how they will benefit you!
Click on the links to connect to my website and buy your friends and relations the most funky, cool and trendy tools they will ever own, plus they are…Continue
Added by John Cavill on October 20, 2010 at 20:46 — No Comments