I run a medium sized lawn/landscape company with about 10 employees, plus myself. We were performing about 600 jobs a month at the end of last season, most of which were maintenance. We have built several hardscapes projects, but that's not our bread and butter. Yesterday, I was called out to estimate bed edging for a client. After I pitched several hardscape products with no success, she sent me to a house a couple of streets over to see the product she wanted. She did not know what she was looking at, but it was extruded, stamped concrete landscape curbing. I intended to sub that out, but didn't know anyone doing it. After a couple of hours of google searching and phone calling, I could not find a single contractor that provided that service, so I may just need to start doing it! Are any of you guys currently laying curb, and if so, how do you feel that portion of your operation performs against the other services you provide? Is it worth the investment? Is it a real revenue generator, or more of a value added service? How much per foot on average can one reasonably expect to charge? Thanks in advance!