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Old 04-10-2010, 05:01 PM
cozymonkey cozymonkey is offline
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2nd attempt at a website

So I had a website last year and it was pretty much just words on templates. No picture, no color, no anything. So I tried to edit it and my something or other was out of date and had to load a new one. So I did and wahlaa my whole website gone. I had to start from scratch. So I did and this is what I came up with. All the pictures are borrowed until I can take pictures this upcoming season. Please let me know how you feel, I am a big boy and want my site to be quality. So please let me know what you think. www.AandPLawn.com
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2002 F-250 diesel work horse
1986 F-250 plow truck
2007 F-150 Boss's ride

6x12 landscaping trailer with:
2 bluebird aerators
1 bluebird power rake
2 toro 22" walk behinds
1 worldlawn 28" walk behind
1 wright stander 48"
2 stihl trimmers
2 husqvarna backpack blowers

1400 sq ft garage with tons of other misc equipment

Oh and my typing sucks because of that chick in the blue jersey and white shorts whats that ad for?
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Old 04-11-2010, 10:05 PM
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I like it and only have two suggestions.

Center each page on the screen instead of it being on the left side.

You have some duplicate text on the mowing page at the bottom for rates.

Good luck!
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Old 04-11-2010, 11:15 PM
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I would never price ice melt by the hour.
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Old 04-12-2010, 09:37 AM
cozymonkey cozymonkey is offline
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I price it like that because most contracts state do not plow until 2 inches has fallen. But then they dont want anyone to fall or slip ever so I offer to come and apply ice melt and sand when it doesnt snow over 2 inches. It says $45 plus materials. How do you charge for ice melt Banda?

Thanks for the other input the rates is duplicated becuse one section is for residential and the other for commercial. I will try to center everything.

Thanks for the input.
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2002 F-250 diesel work horse
1986 F-250 plow truck
2007 F-150 Boss's ride

6x12 landscaping trailer with:
2 bluebird aerators
1 bluebird power rake
2 toro 22" walk behinds
1 worldlawn 28" walk behind
1 wright stander 48"
2 stihl trimmers
2 husqvarna backpack blowers

1400 sq ft garage with tons of other misc equipment

Oh and my typing sucks because of that chick in the blue jersey and white shorts whats that ad for?
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