How to price Landscape Design on Commercial Projects




Their is more than one way to price your construction projects. From lawn mowing, landscaping to $70,000 commercial projects-this will work. I show you an example of a landscape Design and its Pricing structure.

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14 Comments

  1. T Lyndon
    September 18, 2015
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    This works very well as a lawn care pro. I start with the basic lawn mowing service. That includes a mow, edge and blowing off lawn and common areas on completion. Then my add on include but not limited too, fertilization, pruning, hedging, gutters, and concrete power wash. Simple and effective.

  2. dawnpatrol
    September 18, 2015
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    "Its hotter than two rats screwing in a wool sock." my favorite.

  3. Lorenzo Serchia
    September 18, 2015
    Reply

    Donald trump should hire you to build his wall on the border

  4. J.L. Landscaping and property maintenance
    September 18, 2015
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    How would you figure out how many yards or material needs hauled away?

  5. wes92395
    September 18, 2015
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    The guys you were meeting with looked rather uninterested in your video lol

  6. Mark's Reviews and RANTS
    September 19, 2015
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    Have you heard up shit creek without a paddle?HA HA HA

  7. ☼Tropical Detailing☼
    September 19, 2015
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    I came for the couch. 👌

  8. Dale Rogers
    September 19, 2015
    Reply

    Good stuff even for a real estate agent!

  9. Stephen Bond
    September 19, 2015
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    Stan,
    Are there typically any limited warranties on building structures like your example that provide relief in case the original retaining wall fails? I'm thinking perhaps it may not show up after a number of years anyway depending on conditions and other factors. Do you give any kind of warranty to your client on new retaining walls, etc.—or dies it come down to "good faith." I can imagine it can also get complicated and more risk when subs are involved or you are not the prime contractor. I. remember the guy who ran off with the deposit I think you mentioned before.
    fascinating stuff as always!

  10. Jenny Vergottini
    September 19, 2015
    Reply

    To explain not being in a position of power my dad would say "You dont want to have to suck the hind tit!" hahaha

  11. Merlyn Sk
    September 22, 2015
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    Here's a weird saying for ya. My Dad (sadly passed) used to work with horses for customers and ourselves in the old days (and I'm 56 so. really old days.) When a customer was a tool, he used to come home and say that "that guy was worse than a sore ass in fly time." Horse reference? I don't know but, it always made me laugh. Great vid as always Stanley!

  12. Merlyn Sk
    September 22, 2015
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    By the way, the horse whinnying at the start of your vids drives my Chocolate Lab mental. It's so funny! I watch him every time I launch one of your vids and he bolts from deep sleep to instant alert then looks at me like, "where the f**k is the horse Dad?)

  13. Fur Gulley
    January 11, 2016
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    Do you guys use excavator block clamps? you guys build alot of nice huge walls. very niceď

  14. Seadrift Lawn and Home Services, LLC
    August 15, 2016
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    I bundle landscaping maintenance and lawn mowing services. we have a multi-million dollar HOA in our area. I have clients call me and want me to maintain their lawn or landscaping or only provide a specific service. I talk my clients into allowing me to provide EVERY service to their lawn including weekly mowimg, complete year round landscape maintenance, irrigation maintenance and seasonal fertilization. I don't want to touch a property unless I handle it all. This way when I leave a property each week I know that whole property is something my crews can be proud of year round and have our name attached to it! and the neighbors notice because nothing is ever out of place or unsightly…

    I don't want to just mow the lawn and then Mr. Excuses not show up and keep up with the tree trimming or landscaping and routine flower bed weed control. Then my company gets a bad rap for an unsightly lawn!! We can't have that! 🙂

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