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A. GUZZO Landscaping

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Guzzo856, Feb 20, 2011.

  1. PerfectEarth

    PerfectEarth LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,734

    I have been observing (and working around and close to) large commercial companies in Louisville (Brickman, ValleyCrest, Greenscapes, etc...) for YEARS and I have never once seen anyone bagging grass on 10 acre properties, massive shopping centers, apartments or large road medians!! LOL.... kinda a laughable subject if you ask me.

    These guys work on production. Not to say they don't do a quality job on their accounts...but sometimes it's Springtime, it's wet, and the grass gets long. Clumps happen. It's gonna be ok.
  2. SkinnyVinny

    SkinnyVinny LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 262

    you guys are all right... I will just stop giving a crap about my lawns and only think about productivity and fitting as many in a day as i can. skrew quality right? who needs it when you got clumps all over the place. Sorry but I'd rather keep my quality of work, really can give 2 craps about what brickman does. I dont work for "no complaints" like brickman does i guess... I work for compliments and quality jobs. This is the last time I post on this joke of a website with a suggestion to help someone.. you guys are all like little girls.
  3. flyingdutch16

    flyingdutch16 LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 465

    Its good that you still care about your quality. Some guys simply dont care(not saying that any of the guys previously posted dont) And some guys do care but just do what they get paid for, and thats what i think guzzo is doing, they dont ask/ pay him to bag. honestly i wouldnt bag it either maybe double cut if necessary.

    On the other hand its good that you gave some constructive criticism.
  4. wiselandscaping

    wiselandscaping LawnSite Member
    Messages: 128

    Turns out that leaving the clippings on the turf is actually good for it... And no, it doesn't end up as thatch.

    Come on, why the pissing match? Guzzo's work looks pretty good to me. For what it's worth, our company doesn't collect clippings on a single account, and I get all kinds of compliments about the work our maintenance crew does. Give the guy a break.
  5. Angelo585

    Angelo585 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 123

    Well... ain't that the pot calling the kettle black.... lol! you are worrying about my post times, who is collecting clippings or not and engaging in argumentative behavior with everyone that does not agree with you... who is the child here?, I suggest you worry about your own business and its growth, how about the time spent here arguing and getting mad, you spend on fixing your website... Please do not start to throw stones cause it is a battle you will not win, good for you worrying about quality on your South Shore Long Island accounts, but if you have never done commercial or high end work then you have nothing to say. When i ran the Greenskeeper in Cold Spring Harbor, we were mostly residential and our average Estate on the North Shore was about 3 - 5 acres, we are talking 10 to 12 million dollar homes, we did not bag unless the customer asked for it and 100% of our properties were award worthy and customers were satisfied!

    I gotta say that for a commercial company, Guzzo's work is probably the best i have seen!!
  6. SkinnyVinny

    SkinnyVinny LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 262

    im not worrying about it... trust me.. i made a suggestion to help the kid out and save him some time, your the one who started with the wise cracks and posting pics of brickman as if they are the staple of quality work.. get over it dude.. my business growth is fine thank you and the website is just there to have as most my work comes from referrals, not my website. And shows how on the up and up you are with you long island geography because I service nowhere near the south shore and ALL my work is on the north where I live. They are all upscale homes if you care to take a look.. If you actually looked at my website and the towns I service you would know they are all on the north shore.. Once again, I really don't care to argue with you.. Go run your business and I will run mine. I was throwing out a simple suggestion and said I would not leave one of my customers lawn like that.. Guzzo take it for what you will, and i will say it again hope everything works out for you. Now get your last word in Angelo because I know you will and be done with it, thanks.
  7. KE-llc

    KE-llc LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 638

    skinnyvinny stick to residential....you have no idea what the commercial market entails and you're making yourself look like a fool.
  8. SkinnyVinny

    SkinnyVinny LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 262

    really have no interest in what you have to say dude.. I can handle the commercials I got just fine thanks.
  9. KE-llc

    KE-llc LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 638

    good one!! and let me ask you what size your commercials are? Aren't you a solo operation with one mower? I don't think efficient is even in your vocabulary
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  10. Guzzo856

    Guzzo856 LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 295

    Thanks Angelo, haha i try. But this is the nicest commercials i do. With most of my places i gotta get my guys in and out of the job in fast time. But still making sure everything is nice. With this place we take the time and edge every bed every week. This weekend i will take more pics of my commercial accounts. But i do bag my clippings on a few small commercial such as the few td banks and a car dealership. But for a large place thats nonsense.

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