contracts ?????

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by r scott grover, Jun 12, 2001.

  1. r scott grover

    r scott grover LawnSite Member
    Messages: 6

    I need some help. I started my business 6 months ago and I love it. But I need help all my jobs have come from word of mouth and I am ready for some bigger jobs. I called a managment company and they said that all of their jobs go out for bid and I have never had to bid on any jobs before. Right now I base my fee at 25.00/hr. Is that to cheap? The commercial jobs are from my residential clients. If someone could e-mail me a simple contract and/or a bid proposal it would be most helpful. All my jobs are done on a handshake agreement for now and I feel I am ready for the big league.

    Thank you, R scott grover
  2. lawnman_scott

    lawnman_scott LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 7,547

    Do you have msworks on your computer, if so give me your email.
  3. AndrewLawn

    AndrewLawn LawnSite Member
    Messages: 92

    e-mail that to me too,guys,if you would.:) thanks
  4. curry

    curry LawnSite Member
    Messages: 211

    can you also send me that contract. Thanks

    XOFMOT LawnSite Member
    Messages: 161

    I might as well jump on this band wagon....Please send a copy of that file to my E-mail address as well. Thanks you!:blob3:
  6. GreenQuest Lawn

    GreenQuest Lawn LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 822

    If you guys have MS word e-mail me & I will send you a copy of my contract.
  7. roscioli

    roscioli LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 749

  8. Mike (MLC)

    Mike (MLC) LawnSite Member
    Messages: 183

    Hey lawnman I would like a copy too.
  9. jmcooper

    jmcooper LawnSite Member
    Messages: 51

    Well I'll join the rest and please send to me also.
  10. mowerman90

    mowerman90 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,491

    Here's a copy of the contract I've been using for the last 12 years. It is essentially for residential customers but can be adapted to commercial as well. You northeners may need to do some further adapting concerning the cutting schedule throughout the year.

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