$3 credit card convenience fee?

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Yard book has been sending me emails as a new user. Today it was about setting up the fee, If I collect checks there would be no real cost but a slight hassle occasionally. Seems like it’s a convenience to me to just have clients pay the online invoice. Plenty of businesses and government agencies charge a card processing fee so shouldn’t I?

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Pole Pruner advise

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Looking to buy a pole pruner, mostly for taller crepe myrtles….

ARS, Mavin, Jameson, or Corona any of them better than others?

I already have a power pole saw, just looking at pole pruners.

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Chippers in Vermont joins Davey Tree brand

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KENT, Ohio – The Davey Tree Expert Company has added Chippers of Woodstock, Vermont, to its family of brands.

Employing over 90 people, Chippers has been serving northern New England since 1986, with offices in Woodstock, VT, Enfield, NH, and Meredith, NH. Their areas of expertise are in arboriculture, turf and soil care, gardening, land enhancement, forestry and maple syrup.

Mundy Wilson Piper, president and CEO of Chippers, said she considered both employees and clients when making the decision to join Davey Tree. In particular, she was drawn to the fact that Davey is an employee-owned company.

“It’s crucial to me that all those on staff today and in the future will have the opportunity to become employee owners and their jobs will remain local,” she said. “Just as importantly, our clients will work with the same Chippers team members they have come to know and rely on during our 35 years in business.”

Piper continued, “Davey is an excellent company with a 140-year history in our business, a people-first culture, a reputation for high-quality work and exceptional leadership. This is an organization that has many important features in common with Chippers, and it is one that I truly admire.”

Jim Stief, executive vice president of the U.S. residential operations at Davey Tree, said the admiration was mutual.

“As an organization, Chippers has an exceptional reputation as being client focused, and their passion for industry accreditation and employee training is noteworthy,” he said. “Now that they’ve joined the Davey family, Chippers employees will benefit from Davey’s extensive training and educational resources, as well as additional opportunities for promotion. Chippers clients will continue to interact with the same team members, but now those team members will have access to The Davey Institute, which houses our diagnostic laboratory and team of scientists.”

Piper will remain as a consultant for six months. The organizational structure of Chippers will remain much the same. Jason Eaton in sales and Travis Vickerson in operations will continue to have lead roles.

“It has always been my goal, and my fondest dream, to see all of my Chippers family, grow, thrive and prosper together in service to our clients and communities, and now there is the backing, more than I ever could have provided as an independent owner, to see it through,” Piper said.

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New part time gig

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Looking to start a tiny lawn company. I have an exmark 36” Viking, stihl trimmer and a br600 blower. I use to a lawns as a kid in my neighborhood and then cut at a golf course for years. I have a decent size neighborhood so I would rather just stay around the neighborhood and cut for older folks but make some money doing it. I have a full-time job and do not Intend to quit that but just to cut after work and on the weekends since I enjoy it. Any words of advice or thoughts would be greatly…

New part time gig

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Eastern Redcedar (red cedar) – Transplanting

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Q: I have a cedar tree that is six feet

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CASE launches CASE LIVE platform

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CASE Construction Equipment is launching CASE LIVE — a new broadcast and engagement platform with live events and educational sessions delivering topics that include equipment fleet management, acquisition strategies, new technologies, operational tips and new product launches. A list of planned events, and an archive of events and broadcasts held to date, can be found at CaseCE.com/LIVE.

The first official event as CASE LIVE will be a new webcast on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 10 a.m. CST held with CNH Industrial Capital titled “Finance Solutions to Help Grow Your Business” — focusing on ways for equipment buyers to wisely invest in equipment and solutions for long-term growth. Topics covered will include advice on loan versus lease; the benefits of bundling additional warranty coverage; how to set up a payment schedule that mirrors business needs; and tips on how to quote more effectively based on expenses.

Those interested in participating can register by clicking here.

The next scheduled webcast — Fluids & Filters to Optimize Machine Performance — will be held March 24 at 10 a.m. CST. Interested participants can register by clicking here.

“Communication with contractors and owner/operators — and the availability of platforms that encourage discussion on best practices — is more important than ever,” said Athena Campos, head of market development, CASE. “Our CASE LIVE platform will evolve to co-exist with in-person events in the future so that we can extend our ability to share ideas and information.”

Visit CaseCE.com/LIVE for a schedule of upcoming webcasts and events, and to register for the upcoming webcast on finance solutions for equipment buyers. The webcast will include an initial discussion of acquisition and financing strategies, followed by a live Q&A with the audience and presenters.

For more information on CASE, and the entire lineup of CASE equipment, visit CaseCE.com.  

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SavATree acquires Big Twigs in Michigan

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BEDFORD HILLS, NY – SavATree, which provides professional tree, shrub and lawn care, has acquired Big Twigs Arboricultural Services of Orion, Michigan. This will become SavATree’s second office in Michigan and 51st branch office.

Big Twigs has operated in the Metro Detroit tri-county area with general tree care and plant health care services. In addition to the current service offerings, clients will now have access to a wider range of services including professional lawn care, tick and mosquito treatments, deer deterrents, organic options and consulting services.

READ MORE: SavATree makes its first acquisition of 2021

“We’re thrilled to join forces with Big Twigs, a reputable company known for outstanding service,” said SavATree CEO Carmine Schiavone. “Building density in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties will provide clients with an enhanced portfolio of services as we continue to uphold an environmentally responsible approach.”

“SavATree shares our same philosophy and commitment to high-quality standards, making this a great fit," said Big Twigs owner Jon Knowlden. "I am confident that we will continue to provide our customers with top quality services.”

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Coxreels debuts Extreme Duty XTM Series

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For years, Coxreels has supplied heavy-duty reels with triple axle supports and solid ¼” plate bases for demanding applications and environments. Coxreels is now introducing the Extreme Duty XTM Series spring rewind reel.

Born from the coalescing fires of the highest strength springs, stainless steel rollers, dual sintered bronze bearings, multiple axle supports and welded box frames, the XTM Extreme Duty Reel combines multiple features into a robust reel solution. As with all Coxreels spring rewind reels, the XTM Series is made in the U.S.

Based on the TMP T-Series Medium Pressure product line, the XTM uses the pinnacle of all options available in the Coxreels lineup with some unique features for extra rugged environments. All sizes of the XTM Series feature stainless steel rollers directly integrated into the all-welded steel box frame.

All sizes of the XTM Series utilize dual permanently lubricated bearings, rigidly fixing the drum assembly to the solid 1” steel axle for consistent stability even in the most vibratory and impacting environments, while still maintaining an external fluid path for easy service. Special features such as swivel retainers, which prevent unwanted vibratory loosening of threaded components, and easily accessible ratcheting mechanisms are included. High temperature, steel core arbors transfer the extra powerful heavy duty spring motor torque to the multiple supported axle ensuring reliable rewind in odd positions or dirty situations.

Available in pressure ranges up to 5000 PSI, and dedicated hose solutions such as suction hose, DEF hose, gasoline or fuel hose, the XTM is the solution for high-demand applications.

For more information on Coxreels, visit www.coxreels.com.

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Hustler Super Z 60" – low hours – SW Iowa

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Selling my Hustler mower. Absolutely nothing wrong with it, I just like to upgrade every 5 years. This is a 2016 model year but I purchased it early in 2017. List price was $13,812. It only has 79 hours on the Kohler 29 hp. EFI engine. I just installed a new $110 battery. This would be a perfect mower for any landscaper who wants a commercial mower with low hours. Save money with no sales tax as well. I’ll take $8250 cash.
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Hustler Super Z 60" – low hours – SW Iowa

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Advice appreciated on this first patio

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I’ve posted about this project’s plantings in another forum. Advice greatly appreciated.
Client wants this courtyard scaped with flagstone in the center, within the white lines. Ornamental plantings will be on the perimeter.

The flagstones are 2.5” thick. In the distance you can see the driveway and it’s slope. That’s a 3” drop from right to left over a distance of 9’.
There will be an iron fence and gate installed at that end later. The gate will be on the left in the picture. The…

Advice appreciated on this first patio

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