Here is my set up

Discussion in 'Seal Coating Forum' started by RayGauthier, Jan 15, 2006.

  1. RayGauthier

    RayGauthier LawnSite Member
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  2. RayGauthier

    RayGauthier LawnSite Member
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    I just have the put company logo up now on the trailer

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  3. RayGauthier

    RayGauthier LawnSite Member
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  4. keepoffthegrass

    keepoffthegrass LawnSite Member
    from Ontario
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    HI, nice setup and work! Was wondering weather you built your system or if you bought it?
     
  5. RayGauthier

    RayGauthier LawnSite Member
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    I bought unit near Toronto
     
  6. kirk brown

    kirk brown LawnSite Member
    from Ontario
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    nice set up.
    i do some part time but i`m still in the "using hand roller " stage.
    i did some camping up at black bear beach in the summer.
    it`s nice up there.
     
  7. RayGauthier

    RayGauthier LawnSite Member
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    Hi There !
    Nice to see guy's from Canada on here.
    Ya it is nice at black bear.
    I when down by your area in November for remembrance day nice out there to.
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  8. kirk brown

    kirk brown LawnSite Member
    from Ontario
    Posts: 164

    i`ve just been sealing to supplement my lawn jobs.
    at what point should i go from pails of sealent to a tank?
    last year i did maybe 10 small driveways.
     
  9. RayGauthier

    RayGauthier LawnSite Member
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    I can do 10 driveways a day !!!
    also spray looks a hell of alot better.
     
  10. G.L. In Ont

    G.L. In Ont LawnSite Member
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    Hi Ray -- the website is great -- I especially like the quotes you have in there from the NAPA and Consumer Reports etc -- good idea. I would think Homeowners are probably influenced quite a bit by a message like that.

    So where near TO did you buy it and how much does the entire setup cost? How many can you do in a season and at what price point. Also, how much (in %) is your material cost.

    I currently have a corporate job but am already snowplowing and looking to do lawn maintenance this summer. I am also looking into a couple of franchise options.

    Take care, GL
     

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