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she did weasel some free services out of me which i should of said would cost extra
What kind of services did she get for free? What would you have liked to charge extra for them?
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well the bidding didnt go as planned cause she didnt want her rain gutters cleaned but i did land the deal for 200 a month for about a half acre of upkeep. she did weasel some free services out of me which i should of said would cost extra, but im just learning how to bid so it was a good learning experience. thanks for the helpfull advice
You gotta start somewhere! Nice job! The more quotes you do the more comfortable you'll be!
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Well first of all you need to find out what she wants done. There's a big difference between trimming a few bushes and raking out some beds to cleaning gutters and removing trees. Is this something you will do on your own or will you have payroll? Make sure the two of you walk it, agree on what will be done, and agree on the price.
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Well first of all you need to find out what she wants done. There's a big difference between trimming a few bushes and raking out some beds to cleaning gutters and removing trees. Is this something you will do on your own or will you have payroll? Make sure the two of you walk it, agree on what will be done, and agree on the price.
You waaaaay behind the 8 ball my friend. He already landed the contract. Didn't you read his last post??
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well the bidding didnt go as planned cause she didnt want her rain gutters cleaned but i did land the deal for 200 a month for about a half acre of upkeep. she did weasel some free services out of me which i should of said would cost extra, but im just learning how to bid so it was a good learning experience. thanks for the helpfull advice
$200 per month to do what type of upkeep? Could you please explain what you'll be doing for her at that price every month as I'd be interested in knowing.
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plan to mow edge and blow weekly, as well as maintain her flower beds, I plan to spray them and hope its not as much work, its a 1 acre lot
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plan to mow edge and blow weekly, as well as maintain her flower beds, I plan to spray them and hope its not as much work, its a 1 acre lot
Seems like a pretty good account, much luck my friend.
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