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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by mowing4rlife, Dec 20, 2011.
Thank you all for the great advice!
Irrigation is a significant exposure for you. You don't just turn it on and let it go. This is a very inexperienced HOA based on the specification they need a property manager. But irrigation needs to be checked monthly and fixed. Almost all problems could be blamed on you so you need to do an initial inspection to see what risk you have. The 10K budget is not a joke so you better figure out how to get close. Usually mulch is by the bag so there isn't any argument ab out you not putting it thich enough. Flowrs are also per tray. And flowers are a big maintenance item to keep them looking nice.
The main thing on trees is......they can't hit people riding on bikes. That is usually a no brainer and little cost. By the way you can't start at 7:00 usually not until 9:00 and you got to get off the property before they start coming home around 3:00. And the work should not extend into two days they hate the sound of equipment banging around outside.