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Old 12-14-2007, 10:20 AM
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Dave_005 Dave_005 is offline
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Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: North Central Illinois
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I agree, once you give the customer a quote ALL He Hears is that price, you can tell him upfront it may go up but in his mind you already told him it will be X amount and thats what he Expects to pay, raise it after and 1. the customer wont be happy and 2. you may lose the account. thats why i Always say if you give a Quote then stick with your price for that season and raise it the following season if need be. if you underbid the yard then i would suck it up for this season and raise it next year, i mean if you bid MORE and finish faster then you expected you won't Lower your price would you ? so i say stick to the price you quoted for the one season then you can raise it next season
business name : Dave's Mowing Service
Years in the buisness: 4 years
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