• LawnSite Homepage Upgrade

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lawn care mapping software

casey humphrey

LawnSite Member
Location
Elk river MN.
has anybody used this GO Ilawn mapping software? I was thinking of the pay as you go plan as I am purdy small outfit. Is there any other programs that other LCO's use? Just looking for a more effiecent way of doing bids this year


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Tyner Lawn Service

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
omaha,ne
This must be for very large bids. I've yet to find my way back up to the gate from a backyard estimate. :) never got lost yet. It is pretty cool what gps will do these days.
 

Jimslawncareservice

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
mn
I did the trial a couple years back. The problem was I couldn't get some addresses. I couldn't use it for town home association or any commercial properties. I may give it a go when I get my spray licence this spring. I like the concept, but it does have some bugs. I am not sure.if its been updated or not as I haven't been to thier web site.since I finished the demo.
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POWER STROKE

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Grand Rapids, MI
I use "FIndLotSize.com" You have to draw what you think is the lot line, but it is pretty accurate with the measurements and it is free.
 


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