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Old 01-07-2004, 02:50 PM
Green Gopher Green Gopher is offline
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Breaking out in Washington

Until now I have been very small three lawn accounts and a few ponds and landscape projects over the last year and half.

I would still like to stay small part-time maybe 10 lawn accounts and a few more landscape jobs (enough to meet 200$ per month equipment overhead and 1300$ a year in license, bond, and insurance).

I don't want to step on any local guys toes or inadvertently low ball. I charge 35-40$ per hour for labor and won't go below 30$ per mow on lawns. I don't yet have fert license so can't offer that yet.

Any advise from local Snohomish County LCO's would be a big help.

Thank You,
Jeremy
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