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Old 06-04-2011, 04:13 PM
MB3LawnCare MB3LawnCare is offline
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Rob, if you are 17 and have lots of time this summer, you probably are not licensed, insured or registered as a business so I can see why you can charge so little. If you are only going to mow for the summer while school is out, then you might be better off looking for work with an existing lawn care company. This way you can learn the business from someone else and probably make more money with less hassles and overhead. It's tough to compete with someone that does this for a living as they are out there year round doing anything they can to make a buck. Customers I have are looking for a one-stop-shop to take care of all their lawn and landscape needs. My two cents. Good luck!
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