Eddie takes on the tough slashing jobs
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.