goilawn, would you purchase?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by RonWin, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. RonWin

    RonWin LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 665

    Saw it in this issue of turf mag. What do you guys think about paying to use a sight that figures out how much SF of properties? I am not really sure as to what it is and how much it costs. Anyone already do their homework on this and want to share? I was going to call and ask about it but i missed the hours of operation :/
     
  2. ashgrove landscaping

    ashgrove landscaping LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,457

    Nah.. just another gadget to make you dumber.
     
  3. hi_speedreed

    hi_speedreed LawnSite Senior Member
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  4. Oakleaf landscape

    Oakleaf landscape LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 624

    I used them a few times for very large projects I was bidding on. They used to have a package you could buy for $30 and it got you 10 uses I think. I had bought that a hand full of times and it would very well. Made for a very nice and impressive presentation when we printed out the aerial view of the complex. Now I think they changed their pricing structure. If we have anymore large bids then ill be using them again.
     
  5. Mahoney3223

    Mahoney3223 LawnSite Senior Member
    from midwest
    Posts: 995

    It's a phenomenal tool. If your bidding large commercial jobs its awesome. Cheaper than driving around to get lowball end by the customer in person lol at 4 $ gallon
     
  6. castlerockmo

    castlerockmo LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 867

    I use it at times I had signed up from them to debt my account once a month. They only charge me 4 per look up. Its very nice beats driving around.
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  7. Schuley

    Schuley LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 250

    I used it a lot a couple years back. Back when I could buy 100 look ups for like $125. They have priced me out of using it much any more. Only for the quick need the info now kind of bid. Now it's $4 per look up, google earth pro does about the same thing for measuring goes, and for me it is cheaper in the long run.
     

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