ongoing first commercial

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by chefdrp, Jul 25, 2004.

  1. chefdrp

    chefdrp LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Here is the lawn after some fert and rain.

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  2. chefdrp

    chefdrp LawnSite Bronze Member
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    from front. going to talk the owner into some landscape.

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  3. chefdrp

    chefdrp LawnSite Bronze Member
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    after this pic i moved the cement thing to where it should be.

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  4. chefdrp

    chefdrp LawnSite Bronze Member
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    shot from across the street. I had cones out while i was edgeing but people didnt even care i dont think.

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  5. chefdrp

    chefdrp LawnSite Bronze Member
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    this shot was before the fert and some work

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  6. BCSteel

    BCSteel LawnSite Senior Member
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    Wow! Good job, its looking much better already.
     
  7. txlawnking

    txlawnking LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Keep it up Chef, it looks great!!
     
  8. tx_angler

    tx_angler LawnSite Senior Member
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    Nice looking job!
     
  9. chefdrp

    chefdrp LawnSite Bronze Member
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    trying to talk the owner into some landscape. Might be hard to do.
     
  10. qualitylandscaping

    qualitylandscaping LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Try to sell them on a tropical theme. Maybe a waterfall out front. It's alittle hard to get tropical for real, considering it gets below zero here for about 3 months a year. But sell them on something that will compliment what they already have going, and show them how bringing attention to the landscape when someone drives by, will then bring their eyes to the signs, and then possibly into the building. It all works together when done right, and the initial investment, will pay for itself.
     

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