View Full Version : charging for garden edging
07-21-2009, 12:00 PM
what is a good way to charge for garden edging? and any suggestions on good power edgers....still doing by hand......
07-21-2009, 11:01 PM
Maybe you could charge by the foot, or the time it takes, I'm not really sure about that.
I know stihl, and echo, make good gas edgers, allong with redmax and some others.
07-22-2009, 09:29 AM
I'm in Mass, too. I get $1 per foot for new beds. Refreshing an old bed is 50 cents. If a customer had 500+ feet of edging, I will discount.
I just use a Stihl stick edger to cut a smooth line, then dig, rake and blow out the backside. Trenchblades work pretty good, they cut a thicker line than a straight edger blade. Sometimes (if there is room) I'll run several passes with the edger with Trenchblades while my helper blows it clear with the backpack.
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