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prolawnappeal
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prolawnappeal

LawnSite Member, from Hays, KS

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    1. Tdanese
      Tdanese
      If you want a bottom dollar, you will need to speak with nagromkire@gmail.com and negotiate prices.
    2. Tdanese
      Tdanese
      We would probably ship something like this freight, and that would require you to fill out a quick form if you were serious about an inquiry on price with shipping.
      Plz go to www.organicapproach.com and fill out the Trucking section if you would like a quote to ship it, as there are many factors that come into play with freight. This will allow us to give you the best freight options we have.
      Thanks
    3. fordnut1
      fordnut1
      The machine is in very good condition, and I'am the only owner I bought it new.I bought it thinking I could sell a topdressing service, but that didnt go to well around here, material is to high around here to sell.I have used it on my yard a a few customers,and it works really good. The only thing I didnt like was it don't hold enough material,but It was still a lot better than a wheel barrow and a shovel.The pros are that it is small and will go through gates and it is simple to transport and use.It is hydrostat drive.The last time I cranked it up was about a month ago.If you were to want it I will get my mechanic to give it a once over and send a copy of the receipt with it. I really like it just not enough business for it.Hope this helps.
      Barry
    4. fordnut1
      fordnut1
      yes prolawn, topdresser still for sale.thx

      Barry
    5. prolawnappeal
      prolawnappeal
      Hey Jeff,
      I am really only aware of K-Lawn and then there is another guy in Russell that is called Accuspray. This is just my second year of business, and I really am surprised at the response that I have gotten. I have been very surprised at the customer base that I am starting to gain from the other two companies as well. I have noticed that I am getting a lot of calls to do lawn clean-ups and tree trimming and mowing as well. I haven't really adverstised for such things, but I'm not about to turn somebody away either. There are a bunch of just "mowing" companies, and I am kind of throwing around the idea of maybe tossing my name into the equasion. I am also adding tree spraying to my list next year, and that is something that I am really excited about. I am trying to figure out some new marketing ideas, and didn't know what you have found to work? In my experience I have found that mailed post cards have gotten the best response, but didn't know if you had any tips or tricks? What brought you back to Salina? Take Care

      Travis
    6. JCResources
      JCResources
      Hey prolawn,
      Glad to hear things are going well for you. My business is based in Salina, first year back in the lawn business. Used to mow in Wichita in the late 90s. Are there many lco in Hays? I know of k-lawn. Give me a buzz if you come through Salina, I like to talk with others in the business. Jeff Cooper (785) 650-8168, jcr.salina@gmail.com BTW I lived in Hays for a year, lives at 22nd and Pine, worked at Hays Daily
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    Location:
    Hays, KS
    Services Your Company Provides:
    • Lawn Mowing
    • Fertilization
    • Weed Control
    • Tree Services
    Started spraying lawns roughly two years ago, and business just keeps growing and growing. Very happy thus far.

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