Retaining, turfing, fencing, concreting and a whole new side entrance. This Belmont property needed a full side yard make over as it was the entrance way to their home business. We had to strip it back to square one which meant removing the existing concrete and lawn.
This job sent me to the back of Sheparton in Dookie Hills to dig one of the longer trenches that I have had to do. When I first arrived I measured the length, making sure I knew what to expect and it was a 500m long trench! I didn’t have one second of worry though, as I hooked up the trencher and jumped on the back of my Kanga.
I was asked to come and build in a walking track for a local school. So me, the Kanga, my 4in1 bucket, and my leveller went to see what could be made of the mess. I used the bucket to dig up the grass and fallen tree parts from the ground, creating gentle bends in the track. At the same time, I was taking the green waste away off to the green bin.
This job required a bit of Kanga work in Koo Wee Rup. The job was to scrape and level the back yard and then spread 26 tonnes of top soil. For the first part we had to remove all the existing soil and vegetation to get a look at the existing base layer.
This project to put up some retaining walls was supposed to start off as a simple job. In between battling the weather and figuring out how to move a water tank 'solo', the job finally got done. Who thought a Kanga would be so good at moving a rain tank from the front, to the back of the house. Did it easy.