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Lawn Services - Village Drive area

Discussion in 'Jobs and Help Wanted' started by JLArnold, May 5, 2017.

  1. JLArnold

    JLArnold New Member

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    A 13 year old's environmentally friendly lawn care business (Townhouses)

    Mowing (Environmentally Safe Mowing):

    -Front: $3.00
    -Back: $5.00
    -Sides: $3.00

    Weed Whacking/Edging: $2.00

    Lawn Fertilization (We Supply Weed And Feed): $10.00

    Trimming/Planting: Available upon request

    Leaf Removal: Available upon request

    Weeding: $3.00

    Mulch Spreading (You Supply Mulch): $9.00

    Please call Hayden @ 571.918.1505
     
  2. Saamna

    Saamna New Member

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    Interested please let me know if you're available.
     
  3. Thunderchild

    Thunderchild New Member

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    Hayden,
    Please adjust your prices, because you will be taken advantage of by members of this community. My sons both have been shortchanged and unpaid for services that they performed. Sometimes, they were able to get the person to pay them after he confronted them, other times not. My sons charged 20-25 dollars for lawn cutting for townhomes, which included edging. Also, for mulch it was $2.50 per bag. Good luck with your endeavor.
     
  4. T8erman

    T8erman Well-Known Member

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    Get paid up front! Especially since (IMHO) these prices are a good bargain.
     
  5. Capricorn1964

    Capricorn1964 Active Member

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    Prices are too low....bring them up more and insist on getting paid upfront. If they refuse, move along. Don't trust people who might skip on paying you.


     
  6. KTdid

    KTdid Well-Known Member

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    Agree, JLArnold your rates are what I charged in the 1970's for TH size lawns. $10-$15 for a small lawn is reasonable if nothing else is done (trimming, bagging, sweeping, etc.)

    As for the jerks who shortchanged or didn't pay for their service; take a pic of there house and post it here. That's shameful!
     

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