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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by MICHPLOWER, Dec 22, 2010.
Grass burnt over there yet?????
In SE michigan it is!
I have one lawn that is fried. Everyone else uses good ol' irrigation.
So how is everyone enjoying this heat so far this week and they say this isn't even the hottest yet! It is suppose to be hotter on Wednesday & Thursday. Everyone be safe out there and remember to drink plenty of water.
Its not to bad, all though I took the day off and was enjoying the views at the pool.
What services does everyone offer? I was thinking if we all knew what each other offer in terms of services, we could pass along work to lawn site members that we do not offer ourselves.
I offer the following:
-Weekly lawn mowing
-Mulch spreading and delivery
-Spring and Fall clean up's
-Irrigation Start Up's
-Raised Garden Beds
-Other random services also.
So how did everyone do this past week. We took Friday off. We had a pretty dry/hot week with no rain and Friday lawns were not high enough to cut.
Where every one from west MI
Riding behind my Proline, making another dollar. Lol
hey due to a mess of issues some legal. Im in need of a job, Live in Battle Creek, but work the Grand Rapids, Holland Kalamazoo areas (have family all over) I have experience in all aspects of commercial and resi' landscape maintenance and construction. Hold a chauffeurs and applicators licenses, have experience running crews of up to 5. PM me or call Nick
How the season been for you so far. I been picking up a lot of weekly and 1-timers, mulch & install jobs.
Best season yet, I haven't picked up any new accounts or anything though. Been busy working the accounts I already have. Almost all of them are full service now, excluding fert.
Your still getting mulch jobs? I haven't done one of those since june. I am working on a bid installing a new landscape for a new house, though.