Thread: Winter $income?
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Old 09-10-2012, 04:45 PM
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try to get the customers that you have that want snow removal on a yearly contract. When you are not removing snow still visit their property and tend to their shrubs and ornamentals along with a general clean-up on each visit. Figure to visit their property 1 or 2 times a month to do these things and charge accordingly and you will have money coming in every month. If you are good with heights make sure to offer gutter cleaning. Also I have thought about taking taxidermy classes my dad does it as a hobby and you would be surprised how simple it is to do a deer head mount (the only hard part is the fleshing & tanning which you can outsource, just figure those things into your cost) and you can get around $400 each and about half of that would be your cost. Fish and birds are a pain but mammals in general arent too hard.
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