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Posted on May 11, 2010 by SteveP
Category: Questions & Answers Tags: Landscaping
a landscaper? to good to be true? wtf
weather clients not getting paid.
none of these are specific to that job, just any job where you work outside, for clients in your own business
ive been in the landscape business for ten yrs…i would say if you are going to do just architecture, it would be finding enough clientele to support the home bills and the labor/material costs…lately timely payments have been an issue with me.
Hands down the hardest part is when you know better, but still have to do what the client wants. A rice paddy in Phoenix? Cacti in Alberta?
I want to be a landscape arcitect and some people have convinced me in doing this. I would like some more help if u would .
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