I still remember get a call and text message at 10:30 at night 2 years ago when we had our monsoon rains in May.
I meet with new and potential clients every day. As a business owner I want to provide the best level of service and detail to each person. This can vary though from client to client. Here are some great questions to look at when considering the investment into a landscape master plan.
Are you tired of getting gas every weekend for your mower? Tired of sharpening blades or missing that winning shot in March Madness because you are out mowing your lawn?
I get calls every week from people wanting bids for mowing their lawn. I often hear comments about how another provider is cheaper. That is when I start asking questions. Did you know if an employee is injured on your property and the employer does not carry workman’s comp you could be liable for the damages.
Have you ever seen those retaining walls that are sagging in your neighborhood or the patio that looks more like a rolling hill than a flat surface. These are just a few of the common issues we deal with everyday when customers call and want us to fix a project gone bad.
The trend in our food chain is quickly shifting to natural and organic food products. People are concerned about the food they are putting into their bodies and how that effects their overall health. The concern doesn’t stop there.
Don’t let your lawn or landscaping bounce you in the first round. Spring is here and the landscapes are ready to be cleaned up from the long winter season. Below are a few suggestions on what to do to get the landscape looking beautiful.