i'm a junior in high school, i do 7 weekly, and next year i'll take on up to 20. i can handle the work load, as well as school. I need to work hard to save up some money and eventuraly buy a new truck. I could do upto 30 including weekends, but i want to have room in my schedule for rainy days. Try also in the winter to get a job somewhere, like i'm appliying at radioshack, and if that fals through, home depot.
it depends on how large your lawns are too, like i have one that takes all afternoon, i have thr trailer on the truck in the school parking lot and go from there to work, it's huge, about 7 acres and takes until 8 PM, and it's dark at 6:45.
"Your Lawn is Unique, Your Lawn Care Provider Should Be Too"
2005 GMC sierra 2500 4x4
2000 Chevy Astro 4.3l vortec V6
2006 Simplicity Broadmoor
2005 Lawn Boy 21" walk behind
2006 Craftsman 21" 6.0 HP push
2005 tow behind spreader, dethatcher, aerator
2006 5X8 trailer
2005 Echo gt-200R
a slew of hand tools
The list goes on
Rome wasn't built in a day, but they didn't have me working on that project