Originally Posted by Duekster
You and me both... Keeping track of the billing could be a pain too. I have played with the idea, looked at setting up billing rates and such.
Clearly, more houses on one street would save time and expense.
The way to do this is likely through promotions to existing customers or targeted flyers. saying, we mow here already so if ....
Might even ask the customer if you can referance them but not ask them to market for you.
I know for a fact that in ate neighborhood I am thinking about doing this in that if you estimated te lawn as one single account they would go for $35-$55 rotary mowing...the same good also has very many reel mowing houses...at likely double this rate. So if you could market the entire community at $35-$45 per lawn(rotary only), no driving or minimal at worst you could do well...this particular community has thousands of homes.
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