Originally Posted by PROCUT1
I dont care about "ruining the market" or anything to that effect. I know what Im doing and Im profitable and it fits my model.
This is very true. Like I said, there is a fine line between lowballing and charging less because you are able to.
We usually bid low-middle. Everything is done at such a large volume, it allows us to price very competitively.
Still doesn't slow my wish that every lawn started at $40 lol.
Steve M. Krieger
Quality Lawn & Landscape, Inc.
Serving Western New York since 1998.
"Everyone has bad breaks but everyone also has opportunities. I think luck is the sense to recognize an opportunity and the ability to take advantage of it..." -Samuel Goldwyn