Concrete Curbing Package - truck/trailer/equipment

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by josloane, May 24, 2009.

  1. josloane

    josloane LawnSite Member
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    Concrete Curbing Business (truck, trailer, equipment) - $35,000 (Opelousas, LA)
    Complete Concrete Curbing Business for Sale. Note I will consider vehicle trades.
    I'm selling my entire concrete curbing business, which includes the following:

    2005 Tygar custom-manufactured 23ft long tandem axle bumper pull trailer, white in color, with concrete mixer mounted on rear of trailer (in excellent condition!). Trailer has brand new professional decals on it and was recently blasted/painted.
    Tygar Bengal 1000 extrusion machine, great condition.
    Tygar Sabertooth Desodding machine, excellent condition.
    Note the mixer, extruder, & desodder all have Honda GX series engines on them, which are just about bulletproof (ask anyone).
    Includes a long list of extrusion tools (stamps, rollers, trowels, etc.). All what you'll ever need.
    Includes a long list of hand tools (shovels, rakes, tamper, etc.) All what you'll ever need.
    Includes plenty of concrete coloring, fiber mesh, sealer, release agents, hard-coat finish, etc.
    Includes plenty of color brochures, tri-plex invoices, and trade show items.
    Includes additional emergency items like extra belts, visqueen, water jug, cups, tarps, bungees, gas cans, etc.
    Basically you don't need to buy ANYTHING to get started and do jobs, besides inexpensive raw materials (sand and concrete)!

    2005 Chevrolet 3500 Dually, with Duramax Diesel and Allison Transmission, white in color.
    Loaded, with leather interior, Bully Dog Triple Dog power programmer, new tires, fog lights, bedliner, 119,000 miles, excellent condition.

    I'm willing to sell the entire business, EXcluding logo & name, but does include website, cost worksheets, pricelists, etc.; all you'd have to do is change the phone number. The price for everything is $35,000.00. The price for the trailer/equipment is $16,000.00 and the truck alone is $20,000.00. I will offer 6 hours (or so) of training assistance for the purchaser. This is not a difficult job to learn and you will be shocked at the low overhead and high profit margins. This service/product has high demand and typically few competitors (only 1 in this area).

    I've chosen to sell simply b/c my ambition has gotten the best of me and my family is suffering for it, which is not fair. The money is there to be made and I can prove it to you. If you've been recently layed off, looking for extra cash, and/or want to be your own boss, this could be your answer. Diversify your services with this package, and/or lessen your competitors by being 1 of few (or none!) offering this service/product.

    Contact Cyrus @ 337-298-3449 if you are seriously interested, and we will begin to discuss your future in curbing. You will not be disappointed in this equipment or what it has to offer, and you'll save over 1/2 the cost from buying new!!!



  2. lawsonc

    lawsonc LawnSite Member
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    Please show some pics of the work
  3. josloane

    josloane LawnSite Member
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  4. josloane

    josloane LawnSite Member
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    a few additional job pics that I haven't posted on the website...

    4-25-2009 036.jpg

    5-1-09 020.jpg

    5-1-09 013.jpg
  5. josloane

    josloane LawnSite Member
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  6. jryden145

    jryden145 LawnSite Member
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    Which tygar package is this set up?
  7. josloane

    josloane LawnSite Member
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  8. Horizon Lawn

    Horizon Lawn LawnSite Member
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    I am interested interested in adding this to my existing business what kinda prices can you charge per foot and what does it cost you per foot to do this. I have been looking at this set up for a while and just wandering what kinda profit there is to be made and how much expenses there are. There is not many other people in my area doing this now.
  9. cmar2cmar

    cmar2cmar LawnSite Member
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  10. josloane

    josloane LawnSite Member
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    Your best bet for pricing is to do market research within your area and find out what your competitors are charging. Or, if no competitors really exist, find the nearest one and go off of what they charge. As for profit margin, I'll send you a message with more details....stay tuned.

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