Landscaping A Large Berm

 
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Old 03-28-2017, 01:09 PM   #1
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Landscaping A Large Berm


I have a customer that I have completed several projects for over the years. He called me the other day to see if I would be interested in removing the grass on a berm in the side yard and install plants and mulch. I am not sure what to charge for this, as far as tilling or grading the berm. Plants and mulch I can figure out. The berm is very large 187'x15' and is roughly 2-3 foot tall in some places. Anyone have pricing experience with something like this?
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Tree Fiddy.

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Tree fiddy is the price or are you saying plant fiddy trees?


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Tree fiddy sounds perfect
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