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Hi Chaps
I thought I would join the throng and join the ranks of the chisel wielding chippies.
For my sins I have been on the tools for 37 years,B****Y H**L no wonder I have lost my hair and become a Master Carpenter.
I try to keep mainly to site work as that is where I can earn more,I undertake ALL work,refurbs,1st and 2nd fix and developments but my love is what I specialise in which is the restoration of Timber Framed listed buildings,Elizabethan and Tudor as well as Castles and Church work.
I own and run a company called SURREY CARPENTRY and DEVELOPMENTS so I hope I can be an asset to the forum, offering what limited knowledge I can to all its members and learning from other like minded Tradesmen.
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Great wood in the Everglades

Hi Stuart
Great place down your way but so HOT and HUMID to work,every time I go there with the family I look as though I am doing a solid days work with the sweat pouring off me,I dont know how you lads work so well.:thumbsup:
 

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I am always looking for cheap tools,trouble is all the good tools are so bloody expensive over in the UK.

I always make a point of putting an extra littlle profit margin on the invoice specifically to have a spend up and replace tools that are worn out or have gone missing when my back is turned.

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