Excavating & Driveway Grading
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Author:  Phydeaux [ Apr 1, 2004 10:00 am ]
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Phydeaux Digs
No job too small.
Leveling, Trenching, Post Holes, Corrals cleaned out, etc.

Equipment available:
Skid steer loader with tooth bucket, small back hoe and post hole auger attachments, grapple for slash & debris, crane boom for lifting.
Small dump truck.

Call Hal for a free estimate: 303-838-1351

Remember, nothing digs like a dog...

Author:  outdrs4me [ Apr 29, 2004 6:38 am ]
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If you need some excavating, this is the guy. Just finished terracing the front and back yard for my son's yard in Westminster. Not an easy place to work, small space and steep. Hal did a great job and he did it quickly.
Highly recommend this fellow Pinecamer. :applause:

Author:  RMHigh [ May 15, 2004 7:51 pm ]
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I'm adding my recommendation as well. Phy did a bunch of work for us and we are very, very pleased. :applause: He was on time, did the work in less time than estimated. He's very efficient and consciencious.

I also give him a thumbs up. He does so well, we're going to have him back to finish up a couple more things for us.

As he's noted before, "nothing digs like a dog" :animated laughing:

Thanks, Phy! :)

Author:  Phydeaux [ May 18, 2004 2:01 pm ]
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Thanks for the kind words, smith8665 & RMHIGH! I appreciate it!


Author:  RMHigh [ Jun 7, 2004 4:29 pm ]
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De Nada, Phy! :) You needed a 'bump' :wink:

Author:  Bear [ Jun 8, 2004 3:15 pm ]
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Don't mean to be like a junkyard dog with a bone on this subject, Phy (wait - that analogy wasn't intended to be offensive to Phydeaux), but you haven't found a place yet for compost, have you? I still have that big, ugly pile and some restive neighbors.

Author:  Phydeaux [ Jun 8, 2004 9:02 pm ]
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No, I sure haven't, and it doesn't look good...
An alternative would be to get a roll-off dumpster. I could come load it for you...

Author:  cosmiccowboy55 [ Jun 8, 2004 10:11 pm ]
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what kind of compost??

Author:  charm [ Jun 8, 2004 10:23 pm ]
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cosmiccowboy55 wrote:
what kind of compost??
bear wrote:
Phy - it's only partly manure but I've been looking for almost a year now for someone to haul away a large compost pile - straw from the bunnies, pine needles, odd stuff. The footprint of the pile is probably 20 by 20 and it's about 6 feet high. The middle part is pretty well composted; some of the outer material is still recognizable
Here ya go cos

Author:  outdrs4me [ Jul 10, 2004 5:51 pm ]
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Another great, short notice job. Called Phy Friday and asked how soon could he get down to move some gravel and dirt, and smooth out some terraces. He replied "Is tomorrow (Saturday) OK"? Now you just can't beat that kind of response. :applause:

Author:  Scotty McGregor [ Jul 10, 2004 9:24 pm ]
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Hey, Phy's a good pool player too! He excavated the balls from the table several games in a row!

Author:  RMHigh [ Jul 12, 2004 4:28 pm ]
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Back@It wrote:
Hey, Phy's a good pool player too! He excavated the balls from the table several games in a row!
:animated laughing: :animated laughing:

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