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Demolition of raised garden bed

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Hoppers Crossing, Victoria, Australia

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Friday, 29th Dec 2017
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7m long 600 high wooden raised garden bed to be demolished and soil removed. Soil to be wheelbarrowed out. Bed is 200 off fence so not a lot of room to maneuver.
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my offer is for minimum 4 hours excavator and operator hire. then additional $80 p/h after that. I can also removal soil. unless you organise a skip
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10 months ago
could possibly do this fridsy or next week at this stage
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Hi have you got access to the rear i have a mini excavator that can help you out.
Karen H.poster
Yes there is side access - may have to move a bit of stuff but doable. Mini excavator is probably the easiest way to get the posts out as well. How much an hour are you and excavator ? Can you get rid of soil and when would you be available. have attached a photo of the garden bed. Have partially demolished it
Hi Karen.
(Two scabby questions 😜)

The soil . . . is it reasonable garden/vege soil? . . . I need some for my vege patch.
The wood. Do you want that removed also?
Having said that. Pending photos. Or further description on how it it built.
I could do task for you.
Ta
Karen H.poster
Garden bed is boltled and at spots nailed. Posts are not concreted in but are at least 400 in soil. Most of soil is heavy clay so not instantly suited to veggie patch. Some wood I will reuse and rest I was planning on giving to a friend for burning.
Photos for a fair and accurate quote please and soil removed from site or can i spread it thin over nature strip
Karen H.poster
Hi Nathan, I have got rid of a good portion of the garden bed without removing soil but I am struggling to get the post out at the back. I need to have 500 clear from the back fence as my must have to meet a building permit requirement. In the end I want it all gone but right now my priority is to get the posts gone though happy for soil to go as well. Soil in half the bed is very heavy clay with rocks in it. Budget will vary based on what is able to be done in time available. Can't spread it thinly over nature strip - can be moved to front yard for later removal. I can only seem to load 1 document. Can combine more at work tomorrow and try again.
Hi have you got photos of the garden bed .
Karen H.poster
Hi Domenic, I have got rid of a good portion of the garden bed without removing soil but I am struggling to get the post out at the back. I need to have 500 clear from the back fence as my must have to meet a building permit requirement. In the end I want it all gone but right now my priority is to get the posts gone though happy for soil to go as well. Soil in half the bed is very heavy clay with rocks in it. Budget will vary based on what is able to be done in time available. I can only seem to load 1 document. Can combine more at work tomorrow and try again.
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