Ed­die takes on the tough slash­ing jobs

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THE NAME says it all, when it comes to slash­ing Ed­die Isaac is se­ri­ous.

Com­ing upon nine foot (2.74m) tall grass, where oth­ers might see a night­mare, Ed­die sees an ex­cit­ing chal­lenge.

Now op­er­at­ing for eight years in Childers, Ed­die’s Se­ri­ous Slash­ing is the busi­ness that takes on the jobs that many oth­ers fear to touch.

Ed­die says for him, it is about know­ing your ma­chin­ery, know­ing what needs to be done and al­ways en­sur­ing he gets only the high­est stan­dard of work com­pleted for his clients.

“I have de­vel­oped a very good rap­port with both lo­cal cus­tomers and those who live away from the area but need to know their prop­erty is reg­u­larly be­ing brought back to its orig­i­nal best,” he said. “I take pride in the fact that these prop­erty own­ers even liv­ing in­ter-state have con­fi­dence in know­ing that the work I do for them will be of su­pe­rior qual­ity each and ev­ery time.”

An­other area that Ed­die doesn’t mess with is his ma­chine and for the se­ri­ous jobs you need a trac­tor and slasher with plenty of size and def­i­nite pres­ence.

In or­der to clear 50 acre prop­er­ties with ease, Ed­die uses a 120 horse power New Hol­land ma­chine that eas­ily cuts through heav­ily over­grown acreage.

He also has a large, heavy duty zero turn lawn mower and is avail­able for plough­ing and ro­tary hoe­ing.

Ed­die joked that the plan when he and his wife orig­i­nally moved to Childers was to be semi-re­tired.

“She didn’t like me hang­ing around the house too much so that is how Ed­die’s Se­ri­ous Slash­ing came about. I like the free­dom of own­ing my own busi­ness and be­ing able to work the hours that I need but also en­joy the won­der­ful life­style that this re­gion has to of­fer with my fam­ily.

“There is so much to like about Childers from the tem­per­ate cli­mate through to the won­der­ful peo­ple and re­laxed life­style.”

Ed­die is avail­able for work half­way to Bund­aberg and out to Biggen­den and is happy to dis­cuss week­end work to suit client’s needs.

“I ap­pre­ci­ate that peo­ple may not be able to meet with me dur­ing the week and I am happy to go where the work is.”

ED­DIE ISACC: Ed­die goes where oth­ers fear to mow.

SLASHER: Ed­die’s trac­tor has se­ri­ous grunt.

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