Separate names with a comma.
Missed the live Ask the Expert event?
Catch up on the conversation about fertilization strategies for success with the experts at Koch Turf & Ornamental in the Fertilizer Application forum.
Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Lawninc, Dec 7, 2012.
Bump bump bump
no one wants this
Wish I needed it man, sounds like your in a bind. Good luck with the sale
Not so much in a bind just trying make someone a great deal it was sold to me at a great price and have made a lot of money with it just trying to take a step back in life and live a little more . thanks for looking
I have this same setup, paid $28,000 and did make a lot of money with the incredible markup in curbing. the problem is that this business is an acquired skill that takes time to master. couple that with a down economy and you get a lot of tire kickers. good luck with the sale, but be prepared to bargain.
great addition to an established landscape company, with profit margin around 300%.
How do you sell it? Per foot? How much are you getting
Posted via Mobile Device
I have seen a few of those installed around here and they can look very nice. One lady that we mow for has some and the guy installed some of that rope LED lighting but the lighting stopped working.
Most people in my area actually install native rock.
It is per foot with a minimum of 250 ft there are a ton of difrent styles but on average 5.50 a foot . Two guys can do 500 ft in 4 hours and be on to the next one three is good money in this and great profit in this.. Thank guys for the help
http://www.tygarmfg.com/Portals/0/TYGAR Income Potential Chart 2011.pdf
The 5.50 per foot is on the low end of the scale provided in the PDF.
I am not sure how high that curb is, is it 4",6" or 8"?
I suspect it would be less expensive that native stone.