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Get part time gigs as a home improvement contractor

Are you a plumber, or a painter or a electrician landscaper or a specific home improvement skills but with a full-time job. Do you want to use your skills to make money working part-time? But how do you do that? how do you do get jobs that you can schedule at your convenience? You wish you had some one help you with procuring the jobs.

You do not have to accept job leads or appointments unless you are interested in them.

Here is a step by step approach to start receiving job leads :

1) Create a free account with using your email and phone number.

2) Fill out your profile with details about what you can do and what you are good at.

3) Add projects with photos showing your experience to gain consumer confidence.

4) Add details about your insurance, certifications, licenses to your profile.

5) Setup your availability timings for appointment scheduling

Wait for appointments or project leads to come to you through email.

When you get an appointment you can accept it or decline it or reschedule it based on availability.

There are no fees associated with creating an account, setting up your profile, setting up available times for appointments or receiving leads.

You will pay only a small fee to, when you accept a lead that makes you money.

How To Create Your Own Vegetable Garden

Having a vegetable garden in your yard can be a very rewarding thing. Not only is gardening an enjoyable hobby for many people, but you can save a lot of money by growing your own vegetables rather than buying from the store too. And you can also feel safe and secure knowing exactly where your veggies come from, and that they are free of any pesticides that may be on those store bought veggies. The idea of having a garden as part of your landscape is appealing to many people, but if you have to start from scratch it can be a little intimidating.

You can always hire a landscaping pro through to not only start a garden but also to maintain it.

Here are the steps you can take to easily create your very own vegetable garden:

1. Decide where you want to place your garden and how big it will be – Take careful consideration when deciding on a location for your garden. You want to think about what kind of veggies you want to grow and if they will need more sun or shade, and pick your spot accordingly. Also decide how big you want the garden to be.

2. Start digging – Once you have the location, size and shape of your garden planned out, it’s time to dig up the grass. Once you have the grass removed from the area, continue to dig up the dirt underneath and remove any rocks or roots that may be present. Depending on your soil you may want to add some organic compost in with your soil at this point and mix it well. Next rake the soil to level it out smoothly.

3. Create a solid edging – Dig a trench at least 6 inches deep and a few inches wide along the edges of your garden to separate the garden from the lawn, and fill in with sand. If you want to edge your garden using stones or wood you can also do this now.

4. Start Planting – Decide where you want to place your veggies and start planting them. Many people find it best to first lay out all your plants on top of the soil so your lines are straight and spacing is even. This will help in making your garden more attractive.

5. Mulch your garden – To keep your garden low-maintenance, the best thing to do is spread mulch around your garden. This will help prevent weeds and the mulch will absorb moisture that can help keep your garden thriving during droughts.

6. Water your garden – Now that your garden is complete, finish it off by giving it a good watering

Now that you have your very own garden, remember to maintain it and water it regularly, and you will be enjoying the fruits of your labor in no time!

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