|Botts Land Service
|We select the proper equipment for each job.
|Whether it needs something BIG...
|Or something smaller.
|Or even smaller
|Pam, (Joe's wife) is one of the few fully licensed female Landscape
Contractors in the state. She owns Templeton Landscape Co.
Li.# 7702021 and she can handle the smaller jobs with her own
equipment. (She calls us in when she needs "heavier iron" for larger
jobs.) She is also the Bookkeeper for both companies, as well as
being a good equipment operator.
|The right equipment, with the right operator, makes the job
go well. If we take the job, it means that we are prepared to
do it in the most efficient way possible.
|Just ask our customers!
|Then give us a call.
|NOTE: A Word of Caution.
|If you are planning on hiring an engineering firm, there are a number of good
companies in the area. However, the wrong one could double or triple the
cost of your project without adding any quality to the result. In fact, when
money is spent solely for the purpose of satisfying whimsical concepts and
personally biased specifications, it often limits the quality of the final result
due to excessive costs. Unfortunately, we have seen this happen. So make
sure you talk to some dirt-moving professionals or previous clients before
hiring someone. County and State requirements should be the same for
everyone, and an engineering firm should represent you, (You pay them!) and
not some special interest group.
|An American Right
|The Right to Own and Enjoy Private Property
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|Pam on her little Kubota
Working on a scenic walkway
|We select whatever equipment will
do the best job at the most
economical price. Often, a higher
hourly cost will give a better bottom
line on the total cost of the job.