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Discussion in 'Network: South' started by kebrowns, Nov 16, 2012.
Dallas, ga here!
Buford, GA. Just moved from Texas in July. If anyone needs help with irrigation work, I'll be more than willing to help you out in that area. Inbox me for my number!
Your my competitor buddy.. haha. Here from Newnan, Ga. Service both fayette and coweta counties. Also have have done yards in Fairburn
Sugar Hill Georgia here.
Decatur and Avondale estates
Active Duty here moving to Columbus, GA in Jan from the Campbell area. I recently purchased a 6'4"x 14' with a Gravely ZT 52 HD, and all Kawasaki power tools. Still got about 3 years on my contract but looking to get something started early next year. I will be operating as a one man operation for the most part, but still haven't quite figured out how I'm going to work around my military schedule yet when we have to go to the field and what not. But that should not be on weekends, which is when I plan on doing most of my work. I have talked with a few people I know in Ga that said they could "cover" down for me if that comes up, or if Saturdays get rained out, but I am a little reluctant to turn over a 2012 Silverado Z71 CC and $12000 in equipment even to good friends.
i don't blame you there, i don't think i'd be wanting to do that either.
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I was reading up on that a few days ago, and was just wondering, what would the going rate be to sub- out the 15-20 clients I intend to provide service for on a regular basis? My target price is $45 and up preferably in the same general area. I'm not going to drop the gate for less than $35. Also, in Tn I am licensed as a "level 3" landscape operator which means I can only do limited installs, is the license in Ga about the same and what are my limits on installs like mulch, shrubs, etc that I can charge with just a lawn maint. lic?