Once in a while, lawn care jobs bigger than you can handle will appear. When they do, you need to think about what it would take to service such properties. Do you have the man power to perform the work? Do you have the mowing equipment? If not, do you have the money to be [...]
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When you are called to present an estimate for lawn care on a commercial property, there are a few tips that will help you improve your accuracy. As we will see in this discussion from the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum, knowing the previous bid price can be helpful. Breaking down the job into more [...]
Have you had the chance yet to submit a lawn care bid for a local apartment complex? If you haven’t because the job seems like it is overwhelming, why not take a moment and break down the job into simple parts. Compare the smaller parts to the lawn care work you are currently providing for [...]
Whether you are just looking to get into offering commercial lawn care or you are currently offering it and wanting to see what others are charging for their services, here is a great inside look at one condominium associations commercial lawn care contract. In this example discussed at the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum, a [...]
We all tend to learn best by example so here is a commercial lawn care bid example that was posted on the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum. If you haven’t gotten into creating lawn care bids for commercial properties, this will at least shed some light on the process.
A member wrote “I tried searching the [...]
Here is a great question from Ryan that he posted on the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum. You can join in on the discussions too.
Ryan: “What is the best way to create a lawn care bid for an apartment or condo complex?”
Joel: “Thanks for your question Ryan. This question is one that many have as [...]