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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by ncnurseryman, Jun 6, 2013.
Yeah, even if you could, doesn't seem very ethical to me.
This year a friend of mine bought a house to flip. It needed a lot of work and I was busy for 7 weeks.
Deer Hunting only reason I mow is so I can hunt in winter time
Leaf removal. I hate it but it's more to keep my guys employed than anything else. Just cant really get the rates I need in our area to really make any decent profit. And the only dump site around the area doubled their dump fees at the beginning of last season. I passed a little of this price increase on to my customers, had to. But I guess it beats a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.
Plowing if it snows, firewood.
I deliver firewood too. There is a mill nearby that cut railroad ties and the process the sides into smaller slabs. Its all good hardwood so I buy and resell it to homeowners. Some people don't care whether its slabs or round. It all burns.
That stuff is not treated ?
may want to look into substitute teaching
not alot of pay but marginally better than sitting around the house
At the moment finishing an accounting degree, and will likely do snow removal and taxes...
I don't know bout everyone else I stay pretty busy up until late January doin leaf cleanups then I move onto mulch and straw installs and various other type of work. A lot of my biweekly turn into weekly accounts come fall into early winter. Thankfully winter doesn't last to long here in birmingham.
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