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Old 04-01-2007, 08:30 PM
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I would charge no less than $1 per foot for removal and disposal. For tilling charge enough to cover time and expense. Bottom line, you have to cover your costs and get paid adequately for your time. If this puts the price out of the customer's range, so be it. Let them try to find someone cheaper. This is an old cliche, but it's better to be broke at the end of the day than tired and broke. IMO sod cutting and rolling up 300 sf of sod is not that big a deal.
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