YardBoss Lawncare Work & Equipment

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Mowinforaliving, Dec 25, 2013.

  1. Mowinforaliving

    Mowinforaliving LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Thought I would start a thread dedicated to pictures from over the years. I originally started as a fencing and deck contractor after working as a framing carpenter for a construction company. In 2007 I landed my first large contract with the City that covered the museum, library, a 29 acre median, the fairgrounds, and some other properties and made lawn care my primary business. Later on I acquired some fast food restaurants, a few industrial accounts, and got licensed to spray in 2008. I began doing business as Clean Cut Lawn and Landscapes. Once the City started doing their own mowing and stopped putting everything up for bid, things got slow and forced me to go back to "part time". In 2013, I dissolved Clean Cut Lawn and Landscapes and formed YardBoss Lawncare.

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  2. Mowinforaliving

    Mowinforaliving LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Few more pics

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  3. Mowinforaliving

    Mowinforaliving LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Some of a 6 acre estate I maintain

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  4. Mowinforaliving

    Mowinforaliving LawnSite Bronze Member
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    My current setup

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  5. Mowinforaliving

    Mowinforaliving LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Custom spray rig I built for my apps

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  6. Mowinforaliving

    Mowinforaliving LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I painted the pulley guards black, added the Michigan seat from Northern Tool, and Flex Forks on my X-One

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  7. Above Par Lawns

    Above Par Lawns LawnSite Senior Member
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    I like this a lot. Nice job man! I could see myself using something like this before spending an arm and a leg on a stand on unit. I guess only issue for me is not fitting it through most back gates. I guess that's where the skid comes into play.
     
  8. BandBLawncare

    BandBLawncare LawnSite Senior Member
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    x2 that thing is sick!
     
  9. Mowinforaliving

    Mowinforaliving LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I actually don't own a skid anymore. There's 50' of hose on the reel and my engine drive backpack will cover the other no-fit areas. Thanks for the compliments guys.
     
  10. BandBLawncare

    BandBLawncare LawnSite Senior Member
    from Ohio
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    yardboss if you dont mind me asking as a smaller op looking to get into fert. can you explain the cost of what you have done there and what all you use it for
     

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