Pacific landscaping & maintenance

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Pacific landscaping &, maintenance jobs on there job board is the best. Low rates high class operation. I asked about work after my wife had a dream that I was dead. Well not really! I'm alive &, kicking... also wanted to say to those saying go for the permits first well it's free and it's a great learning experience on how to build &, design. The water company is pretty easy and helpful. Not too much to do with getting permits just 'building your tree trunk'. Give the site a clean &, make sure the water lines are clean they don't allow any use of washers in there pipes (I did! And I was not alone!) Permits are in 4 boxes. The first box is for design ( if doing your own designs maybe skip this step but worth it). There is usually only a few questions you need to ask which the landscaping company can answer them all. Which leads to step 2, design for trees ect. Well you'd think step 3 would come in but thats the part that depends on your design. Step 3 are the stakes and shute material... will be hiring for that I'm sure. For waterline maybe hire them out to do a bunch.

Bottom line, if you are in business with a landscaper/drainage company you can count on them for solid work... great tree people.

Been there done that more than once. Started as a t-shirt contractor. Then re-opened my franchise and ditched the tankers...full time worked for a landscaper for 2 years then opened a tankers business. Every time I see a lawn care franchise they already have their permits because they've been doing it all along.

Been there done that more than once. Started as a t-shirt contractor. Then re-opened my franchise and ditched the tankers...full time worked for a landscaper for 2 years then opened a tankers business. Every time I see a lawn care franchise they already have their permits because they've been doing it all along.

Have done the same! Our business has gone through a total metamorphosis in the last 6 months!

If the city will not hold you responsible for the condition of the construction area, I will need a letter to that effect. We have had discussions with the city, they will take care of the liability if we have the requisite permits. The contractor has proven to be very good and thorough when we have communicated our expectations and requirements to him. In the rare instances that he has fallen short, he has handled that situation professionally.

They are not required to inspect each stage of the project for design and if they determine that your new design is unsafe for a tree, they are legally entitled to cancel your permit. That is, however, a long term issue and would be addressed on a case-by-case basis.

We have designed and constructed over the last 10 years over 40 buildings and have never had a single issue with the city or our contractor.

Been there done that more than once. Started as a t-shirt contractor. Then re-opened my franchise and ditched the tankers...full time worked for a landscaper for 2 years then opened a tankers business. Every time I see a lawn care franchise they already have their permits because they've been doing it all along.

I had something like that happen too. Had to get the permits and go through the whole rigamarole (there is a requirement for the city to inspect any work site) and do all the environmental stuff to file for our small project permits.

Wasn't cheap, but we had our comp who did the actual work check out the work area and site before the city did.

I have had many folks tell me how and what our permit situation is, like your contactor will be gone, or going to go out of business.

Not to worry, ours is in escrow right now because they received word from the city that they wanted our permits by yesterday.

Wasn't cheap, but we had our comp who did the actual work check out the work area and site before the city did.

I have had many folks tell me how and what our permit situation is, like your contactor will be gone, or going to go out of business.

Not to worry, ours is in escrow right now because they received word from the city that they wanted our permits by yesterday.

I've had that happen to me a couple of times. Always good to have a contingency plan, and a stop order.

That is basically the reasoning why we decided on a tankers route to starting up. In the meantime the tankers company is my customer &, is currently my only customer at the moment, with the understanding that if the need for a tankers company continues I will pay them the business to do that. With all the rain we've been getting this is still going to be a busy year in my opinion.

I just put an ad in the local LA Plumber and Water for landscapers &, Tree service for my tankers business.

Nice to see if another business owner is doing something similar to yours. I've always told people that our business is good business and we'll always have work. But it's actually no more than 5 people doing the tree care and landscape work that are doing business. It's amazing to me how little Tree Service does and doesn't have. I think all the smaller companies are going to dry up and blow away after this recession is over. Then it will be back to the good old days when


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Comments:

  1. Pierce

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  2. Kolten

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  3. Muata

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