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Old 04-05-2013, 03:54 PM
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I've already picked up nicely. Did some good extras yesterday, a full day of pruning guavas today, some install work next week and 4 lawn renovation jobs coming up.
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Year vs Year I am not were I need to be vs last March, but to say the temps were different would be a understatement. The last couple of weeks have brought in several smaller landscape installs and with the cooler weather I have been able to forgo some properties on mowing saving me money on labor cost that would of been normally spent on maintenance, that I could not shift to install without OT cost. I have picked up three decent maintenance accounts which is nice for the reoccuring revenue side.
I have a feeling that this year, April is going to equal March of last year. It has just been a funny winter to say the least.
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