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Old 02-13-2013, 09:01 PM
jc1 jc1 is offline
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Basically your price is your price when it takes a little longer in May its the same as when its July and August and the grass hasn't grown much are you going to discount then? If your lawns are over fertilized and growing to fast you need to change your program some or change who ever is doing it for you. There are definitely times when the lawns grow like mad but also periods that it slowly growing. You just need to figure on a price per cut that averages what you need it to be. If you suggest to a customer that you are going to charge double in may because it takes longer they will be timing you through the season.
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