Legacy Land Care LLC

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by JCResources, Jan 1, 2014.

  1. S&S Lawn ServiceLLC

    S&S Lawn ServiceLLC LawnSite Member
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    Sounds good.I live in western K.y. and its hit and miss here with snow so I've been reluctant to purchase any snow equipment in fear of it just collecting dust.
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  2. JCResources

    JCResources LawnSite Member
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    Yeah, snow is a tough one, we don't get much here either. This season we had more winter in Dec. than we've had in the last 3 years combined.

    Out philosophy is to not count on snow, just treat it as a bonus. Also use universal equipment as much as possible. We are very careful to not over extend ourselves, pretty much maxed out now for the help and equipment we have.

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  3. JCResources

    JCResources LawnSite Member
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    Yeah, snow is a tough one, we don't get much here either. This season we had more winter in Dec. than we've had in the last 3 years combined.

    Our philosophy is to not count on snow, just treat it as a bonus. Also use universal equipment as much as possible. We are very careful to not over extend ourselves, pretty much maxed out now for the help and equipment we have.

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  4. S&S Lawn ServiceLLC

    S&S Lawn ServiceLLC LawnSite Member
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    Yeah,our December has been the same way.I have offered snow removel to my clients and no one has ever called so far.I dont need to spend the money if nobody uses me..lol
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  5. JCResources

    JCResources LawnSite Member
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    Some turf renovation and a tree clearing job. The client wanted a path cleared through his woods to drive through to a clearing on the other side.

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  6. JCResources

    JCResources LawnSite Member
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    More tree clearing

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  7. JCResources

    JCResources LawnSite Member
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    Mulch job, before and during

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  8. JCResources

    JCResources LawnSite Member
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    during and after

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  9. Loganslawncare11

    Loganslawncare11 LawnSite Member
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    I love that shear on the bobcat! I bet it saves your life on those jobs. Good luck this year!
     
  10. Armsden&Son

    Armsden&Son LawnSite Silver Member
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    I love this thread!!!

    Awesome work!

    How often do you sharpen that sheer attachment for the skidsteer?

    This is really good stuff, keep it up man, and keep the pics coming!
     

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