Originally Posted by grandview (2006)
I raise my prices every year mostly a buck or two. You need to keep up with price increases that you get stuck with. But at the same time some of my oldest customers ( not age) have lower prices then the new ones I get for the same size lawn. I still have a few lawns from when I started 12 years ago when I charged them 20 bucks a cut ,now they pay 35 a cut. It cost less to keep a customer then find new ones.
I'm sorda the same way... I've got about a dozen "loyals" that have been with me since the first season. I think I've only raised the price on one of them, and that is because they ended up getting a vacant adjacent lot.