Thursday, March 18, 2010
I've gotten hooked up with a commercial property maintenance company and am doing more of that type of work lately. I like the regularity and the job requirements are usually very clear and well defined, which is nice. I hope to do more of this sort of work and am applying right now to be a preferred vendor with this company.
I am also advertising on my own hoping to get more commercial landscape maintenance business. Biweekly mow mulch and trim $95 a month for your business or residence.
Posted by Mike G at 7:33 AM
I've been doing a lot of work with sprinkler and drip irrigation systems lately. If you need help with that it's basically $20 an hour and usually doesn't take long for a maintenance problem: leaking joints, busted heads, cracked PVC that sort of thing can be fixed in two hours.
Posted by Mike G at 7:31 AM