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Installing docks in Perham/Ottertail area?

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I'm looking for someone to install a dock? Anyone have any names or suggestions? A couple years back I got the name of a guy out of Fergus but I think he's scaled back so I'm looking for another?

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shae1986

Superior Lakeside Landscaping out of Pelican Rapids does docks and lifts, they are busy and not sure when they would be able to get too yours. There is another place and i cant think of the name on Pelican Lake located right behind Zorbaz, someone on here will, i have the number for superior lakeside so just leave your email and i can send it too you.

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jjohnson5150

Brians lawn care out of Battle Lake takes care of ours when needed.

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bluegillin

I beleive it is called Richters Dock and Lift or something to that sort. They are located in Perham on the Ft. Thunder road.

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joe_stack20

Dalton Sports will take care of ya for sure

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ripper

What is Brian's Lawn Care's # again? Looks like you missed a number?

Thanks

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jjohnson5150

Try this for Brian's lawn care. Sorry about that.

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jjjohnson5150

Thanks for the reply the link you must have sent was not allowed through? You can email the info to gbollinger@integra.net

Thanks for the help!

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esoxfreek

i know a couple of good reliable guys from perham that put in/take out.they seem to get it done fairly fast and they are really reasonable.if you wany more info. let me know and i;ll find their name and # for you.

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ripper

esoxfreek,

Please do. You can send to gbollinger@integra.net

Thanks!

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