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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by northwest lawn, Apr 10, 2005.
Can't you put drainage in to avoid raising
the grade to solve your wet area ?
the cutstomer wants the grade raised
god this sounds like a job I bidded on about 1-2 weeks ago, LOL 25 yards of dirt, homebuilt retaining wall falling down and needed to be replaced and the whole grade raised 3-4" LOL not behind Ballys on Airport is it? LOL
anyways $4.50 is if all I have to do is pick up the sod, rake the base and roll
nope not on airport in perrysburg. what did u charge? jw
well IIRC I was $22xx.xx for 22 yards of dirt, 12 man-hours of prep and a shake of #31 fescue. add another $1100 for sod and the homeowner was going to install a RR-tie wall himself to save the grand I wanted
100.00 per yard for dirt? isnt that high?
Hi guys sorry to stick my nose in here, "But"....when the homeowner decides to do part of the job himself?....I'd rather be the guy gettin the $4.50 [ per sq ft ] on the sod installation.....mmmmmh and if he throws in his sister its a shoe in!
how many square feet are on a pallett?