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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by cuttenup, Mar 14, 2007.
My foreman is a retired city of Trenton fireman
full time firefighter here. mow 40 weekly accounts. have aprox 15 monthly landscape maint. trying to pick up another 10 accounts this year.
I'm a volunteer firefighter.. and I own a solo landscape/maintenance op
Firefighter/Paramedic for city of Houston. Just started Lawn care business here and trying hard to get more accounts
That's pretty busy, but check out my station stats
Squad-5430 (2005 total runs)
Ambulance-3855 (2005 total runs)
Engine-2335 (2005 total runs)
I am usually on the squad and some times in a 24hr shift I only see the station once or twice, and only for a few minutes. The crazy thing about it is my station isn't the busiest in the city. ( I think we are 2nd or 3rd). Sleep? what's that lol. I like it though. Never know what you will find. Although the following day it is hard to go mow lawns!
We work 24 on 48 off in Tyler, Tx. and I manage about 25 accounts by myself. Not too much and not too little. Still gives me a little time of to have fun.
Active duty Navy here (18 years). Employed at the BRIG here at NAS Jacksonville FL. This is my second season in the business. Business is good! Irrigation gets me to my weekly quota. Pressure washing is "so so".
Solo Fulltime lawn care/Landscape Co.
PT FF / PT Deputy Sheriff
Hey guys, I just found this thread and wanted to join in. Im Volunteer FF (soon to be paid, this summer). My company is an all "Firefighter" or "Public Service worker" company, I've been a Vol FF for 12 years and own the Landscaping co, My father who is a part-time employee is a retired Career Capt (29 yrs ) and currently in his 38 year as an active Volunteer and my friend who is the other part-timer is a full time County Police Officer and is a vol. FF.
Hope everyone is staying safe, Staying low and knee high in grass
I've been a full time firefighter for 8 years. I have 15 weekly and 5 bi-weekly.
I have two more weeks of EMT school and then next semester is paramedic school. Get hired at a department and then go to fire school.
I'm just starting my business up as a professional organization and I hope to be able to keep it as my second job through the rest of my FF career.