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So, cleanups are done...what next?

thelawnguy

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Central CT
What do you folks fill your time with between now and next spring? I will be plowing snow, but until then, starting Friday I will be stripping off my roof in preparation for replacement, then start on a vinyl siding project. These projects will be a sure sign that it will snow hard and often.
 

landscaper3

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Southern, Maine
Plowing and more plowing. Keeping in contact with commercial and industrial companys for spring bidding. And doing some work inside of our home (adding a living room and bedroom down stairs) fraiming isnt bad but hate sheet-rockin.
 

SJR Lawncare

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Maryland
Im not finished with my leaf jobs yet, but when Im done, I hope for snow to give me some winter income, also I sell firewood.
SJR
 

Toddppm

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
VA
Great time for tree work! Supposed to be best when dormant , i don't beleive it but i will try to sell it that way if that's what the experts want to say. We'll be doing cleanups, landscaping,tree work into Jan. Hopefully it will slow down some for Feb. so i can take a little break in between snow! Then start all over again late feb. early march
 
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