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BROWNS LAWN CARE

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Collinsville, TX
i have a wide variety of customers...


nice homes in a gated community to the customer that only calls when it's absolutely necessary to cut...


anyway, just getting started taking pics. a lot of these clients i just picked up recently. would love to have some greener grass in the pics, but this drought it hurts even my irrigated customers...

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Turf Dawg

LawnSite Gold Member
Gotta love the Kiowa
You are going to have some fun come leaf season
Keep doing good work and you can spend 5 days a week at that place if you wanted to.
 
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BROWNS LAWN CARE

BROWNS LAWN CARE

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Collinsville, TX
cool, looking forwarding to adding as much business as possible out there... i am meeting a new potential customer tomorrow to give a quote. gave a quote wednesday for a 1 time cut (injured homeowner). he used to be in the biz and has asked me for business cards as he knows a lot of people there...

i am finding word of mouth is a great way to get business. beats knocking on doors in whitesboro where a lot of the yards looks like the last pic in post 1... :hammerhead:

i also definitely want in on the leaf cleanup out there. i have just started looking at the Landscape Maint forum for info on how to collect and dispose of leaves, or just mulch them... tons of trees out there for sure. i am gonna start talking to my clients out there in preparation for fall cleanup.

what's your take on leaf cleanup? which direction(method) and tools should be focused on?

thanks man...
 
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