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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by jerryo, Apr 12, 2007.
Not NJ, its the worst........I live n a small neighborhood, maybe 200 houses, and there are 4 landscapers in my neighborhood alone
That would be Georgia.
No shortage of 'em here.
Got enough here to....
Without a doubt Georgia. I am in north GA and the work is abundant. I pass a LCO every 100 yards or so but I do not have a problem finding work.
Thanks guys for the replies. Here in New jersey you do pass LCO'S every few blocks,but there is still enough work to go around. I think what Im looking for is the warmer winters, and to restart up in hardscaping and aquascapes hopefully no maintenance.
P.S. If this contradicts earlier post's It was my partner .
Within the next five years I would like to move to North or South Carolina, and start a new business there.