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Has anyone ever worked for Truly Noble Services property preservation division out of Garland TX? If so please share your experience. I have been contacted by them to do work.
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Nope. I never got past the crappy price sheet.
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I just received part of their pricing. What I see is more like the nationals low numbers.
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Sad that you guys feel that way. We are happy to work with pricing on a specific vendor basis, once you have proven your skills. With the tier system in place we have vendors making 3X what other companies are paying once the property is complete.

Thank you for the input though, I love reading comments like this.

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Sad that you guys feel that way. We are happy to work with pricing on a specific vendor basis, once you have proven your skills. With the tier system in place we have vendors making 3X what other companies are paying once the property is complete.

Thank you for the input though, I love reading comments like this.

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3 Times what others are paying? That's a pretty fat statement. Care to back it up with some real numbers? Thanks! Looking forward to seeing them....
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Skills of cutting grass. Nice. The rates never go up, I'm sure. 3x what other properties are paying is easy to do- doesn't say WHAT other company. All they need to do is find a CL dude that advertises $10/cut, they pay $30/cut and BAM! 3x what other companies are paying.

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Sad that you guys feel that way. We are happy to work with pricing on a specific vendor basis, once you have proven your skills. With the tier system in place we have vendors making 3X what other companies are paying once the property is complete.

Thank you for the input though, I love reading comments like this.

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Ok well since you are able to negotiate pricing, here is what I expect to make without any discounts. My numbers aren't outrageous, but fair to earn a living in an expensive state such as mine. I live in NJ btw

Lock change - knob only $40
deadbolt - addl $25
wint dry - 125
debris cy - $35
boarding 1.25/ui
grass cut 0-5k - $35
5-10k - $45
10-15 - $50
15-20k - $55
20-30k - $60
30k-45k - $70


could these numbers even be discussed in comparison to your pricing. What no one in this business seems to understand is that NJ is a different beast when it comes to debris. We can't simply just go to the dump and pay the fee for whatever we have. We must register with the dep and get a permit. That permit is the same as the truck that collects your trash at the curb. This permit costs several thousand and takes up to 2 years to get. So dumpsters are a must. The average 10cy can costs us $350 + tax. A 30cy costs $550 plus tax. Debris removal in NJ is a loose loose except for brush, trees, and leaves. We usually don't have to pay to dispose of those. So how can anyone make money doing debris? I'm trying to obtain my permit now, but I've been jumping through hoops for months and I've avoided it for the past 8 years.
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