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It is a response to the post, “How to fix rusty nails?” published by Red Rock landscaping on March 3, 2019.
Red Rock describes itself as a “family-owned and operated landscaping company”.
The company has an average of 100,000 square metres of red rock land across the country.
It’s also a major customer for the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which is one of the busiest bridges in the world.
Red Rocks’ owner, Chris and Lisa Gildea, says their company was “shocked” to discover the rusty nail, which was found in the garden.
They believe the nail was picked up by the gardeners and put on the roof.
The Gildeas are not looking for a repeat of the events of last year when they discovered a rusty tip from a tree on the ground.
“I was shocked to see the nails and to see it was rusty.
It was kind of weird to see something so old, but I think that it’s not a huge problem, as we have a good working relationship with them and we keep an eye on it,” Chris Gilda said.
RedRock landscaping says it has a “long-standing and very friendly relationship” with the Gardaí, which has been with the company since 1996. “
We’ll just have to see what happens with the house, but if the nails don’t get replaced, we’ll have to put a sign up around the garden saying ‘this is our property, do not disturb’.” Chris Gaina says he will be installing a sign next to the nail, so people know where to look for it.
RedRock landscaping says it has a “long-standing and very friendly relationship” with the Gardaí, which has been with the company since 1996.
“The Gardaís are very good friends of ours, and we’ve had a good relationship with the gardaí over the years,” Gildee said.
A spokesperson for the Gardai declined to comment on the circumstances surrounding the nail being picked up from the roof, citing privacy laws.
“They can’t comment on matters of the Gardáí.”
The Gauldas are hoping to have their rusty nail repaired by the end of the year.