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Discussion in 'Network: South' started by HometownLawn, Aug 26, 2005.
Connecticut!!!!! where the cheapest people learn to be cheap!!!!!!!
I'm getting started in Celebration. Going at if full time in a week; been part time for a month. It's hard to find reliable labor........
Whats your questions?
I knew there had to be a lot of florida people in the woodwork around here.
Ok, I'm checking out the industry, really looking to see if I want to get into lawn care. I see a LOT of lawn care companies around, especially in the palm harbor area, and i personally think that in the next couple years, pasco is probably going to explode with growth..and thats not too far from me.
Anyway, for the pinellas county people (and florida people in general) i have a few questions.
1. In pinellas county, are there any special licenses needed for lawn care?
2. How long have you been doing this? All b.s.ing aside, do you make decent money at it? I've owned businesses before, anyone telling me they are making millions right out of the box is lying unless they are slinging drugs.
3. Are there any problems that you have run into as far as type of equipment used.
any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am in Clermont Florida Hooker Lawn Care
Hooker Lawn Care.Ive heard of you guys.I heard you do some kicka$$ work.Im so slamed right now i think i might hire a sub or get two more guys.
Punta Gorda/Port Charlotte/North Port and Boca Grande where the richest tightasses live man.....
Polk County Here!
I'm in Port Richey Where the cheapest people die and are to dumb to fall over