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Services offered or bartered section?

Postby squatch » Tue Mar 20, 2012 10:12 pm

I don't often feel a need for changes to this place but had a thought this evening. No idea if it breaks any rules or anything like making this a commercial site. How about a services offered or bartered section. Use at your own risk. All transactions between the parties. Forum not responsible for posts kinda thing. I do most of my own work on everything but occasionally need to hire a craftsman. What brought this up is I need a painter. My log house needs staining this year. The person I've used since we built it gave it up because of his knees last fall. I can't do the ladders any longer myself. For stuff like this I'd love to spend my money with a fellow Zoo nut if there was one in the area that does this work. I know we have all sorts of tradesmen on here and in today's climate many could use the referrals
Same for just sharing/bartering work. I'll offer my plumbing services for your transmission repair Kinda thing
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Re: Services offered or bartered section?

Postby DarkJester89 » Thu Nov 22, 2012 10:26 pm

This could be interesting.. offer service trades.. I have a green thumb and could offer landscaping or tilling services . This will be interesting to see
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Re: Services offered or bartered section?

Postby Tad » Mon Nov 26, 2012 9:06 am

It isn't a bad idea. Do you think it will be too local?

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