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Residential Lawn Care Estimating Course $45.00 USD
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Due Now: $75.00 USD

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This course is designed for lawn care providers who are looking for a formula for bidding residential lawn care (mowing, fertilizer, manual weeding, and edging).

What will you learn?

  • How to determine your average costs.
  • How to create a formula so bidding is always the same (you could even teach someone else how to do it!)
  • How to check to make sure you bid the job correctly and take action if you underbid it.
    Formulas for bidding fertilizer for small and large properties.
  • How to bid weeding and edging and propose it to your clients.

While there are many programs online that allow you to look up and measure a property, this course recommends visiting the site so you know exactly what challenges the property poses.

This course contains: A 3 part video series broken down by topic, a PDF guide, and mp3 versions of the videos (so you can listen if you are on the go).

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How to Bid Mulch & Rock

Join Stan on site as he bids a mulch and rock job for an apartment complex (you do the same for bidding out residential).   He will walk you step-by-step through the process of measuring, calculating, and preparing the estimate that he submitted to the potential client.

This course contains: A video and a PDF guide.

It is important to note that as you go through the course, the numbers will vary a bit depending on where you are located.  The going rate might be more or less, so it will be your responsibility to do your due diligence to figure out your rates.