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Old 04-11-2010, 08:25 PM
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an investment that just keeps growing!!!!!

Its been a good year for us so far, we have picked up a good share of new clients, and also picking up jobs left and right for landscaping. I have kind of been slacking lately on bring my camera to the jobs, so im making a point to start caring it everyday! Many of you might know my old thread from last year called 19 and growing!!!! well im 20 yrs old now and its time to start a new thread. good luck to everybody with there 2010 season. Heres some shots off my phone camera, not the best picts but it will get things rolling!
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Old 04-11-2010, 08:30 PM
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Old 04-11-2010, 08:31 PM
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Looks really good,like the chevy dump truck.
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Old 04-11-2010, 08:36 PM
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Old 04-11-2010, 08:56 PM
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That Fox Chase sign is funny. The town I live in is called Fox Chase. Is that a new truck I see too?
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Old 04-17-2010, 09:30 AM
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The entrance to a community is the most important...it sets the tone. keep those marigolds 1 foot away from the edge...they do grow. This will allow more of a mass planting look....Secondly planting in rows looks bad....random spacing.
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Old 05-01-2010, 01:19 PM
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well we have laid over 100 yards of mulch so far, the numbers just came in for the month and we seem to be on track for my financial goals, the jobs keep coming which is good, we really have some cool jobs coming up, which i will try and take some picts of. I currently hired one more guy, we are up to 5 employees including myself. I keep forgetting to bring the camera, heres a pict of the mowers getting ready to be serviced for the next wk
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100 yards with 5 full time guys and you? Must not be doing that many mulch jobs. I just passed 160 and its just my brother and I. What is your average size job? I seem to be around 13-14 yards.

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well we have laid over 100 yards of mulch so far, the numbers just came in for the month and we seem to be on track for my financial goals, the jobs keep coming which is good, we really have some cool jobs coming up, which i will try and take some picts of. I currently hired one more guy, we are up to 5 employees including myself. I keep forgetting to bring the camera, heres a pict of the mowers getting ready to be serviced for the next wk
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100 yards with 5 full time guys and you? Must not be doing that many mulch jobs. I just passed 160 and its just my brother and I. What is your average size job? I seem to be around 13-14 yards.

yeah we do are share amount, but usually when we lay mulch we are usually installing new landscaping. Mulching everybody can do it and it doesnt take much skill, kind of like mowing. You can make a decent amount but im taking my company in a different direction, Were getting into drainage work, and hardscaping, landscape lighting, and this fall we will be offering installation of irrigation & maintenance on them. But yeah your right we probably average around 10 yards a week, and most jobs are small, usually 2 or 3 yards per job. This last install which I took a few shots of was 29 yards. Were probably close to 200 yards for the yr. This yr we have installed alot of river rock, probably close to 50 yards this yr.
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