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Northern Virginia Contract climber

Discussion in 'Employment Forum' started by Toddppm, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. Toddppm

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    Need another good contract climber to do occasional jobs in Northern Va. area. We focus on doing quality work in a professional manner. Spikeless trimming and technical takedown experience required. Contact me by PM here.
     
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    Still looking....
     
  3. Rodney Keyz

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    Hey names rodney
    I can climb spikeless and I know now to do take downs.
    I'm have a full time job but after hours I would be able to help you out.
    Have 75ft bucket
    Bandit chipper
    Log truck
    I normally climb for $300 a day
     
  4. Hate to tell you but that thread was 5 1/2 years old.
     
  5. fishmarcello

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    Would you relocate to Charleston South Carolina?
     
  6. Rodney Keyz

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    Yes if we can come to an agreement that benefits us both
     
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    Good luck with Fish and SC. In the mean time, I'm in Frederick MD and have a couple easy put them on the ground jobs, no clean up. I had both knees replaced and retired. But, still have friends and family that need stuff done now and again. Might help you out a little in the winter, I pay with hundred dollar bills. If you can work something out with Fish, go for it.
     

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