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View Poll Results: Landscape maintenance crews annual NET per crew
$0-15k 1 2.38%
$15k-20 4 9.52%
$20k-30 3 7.14%
$30k-40 3 7.14%
$40k-50 4 9.52%
$50k-60 0 0%
$60k-70 2 4.76%
$70k-80 5 11.90%
$80k-100 6 14.29%
$100k-150 7 16.67%
$150k or more 7 16.67%
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Old 01-14-2013, 04:22 PM
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For multi-crew owners or managers only

I'm wanting to get an idea as to what kind of NET your crews are bringing each year. Preferably full landscape maintenance operations running 3-4 guys per crew. I understand that 3 or 4 guys is a large difference in man hours, still wanting to get an idea.
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Old 01-14-2013, 06:19 PM
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crew net

They bring in 1000-1400 gross maybe 900-1000 net . This is just mowing
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crews

oh by the way 2-3 man crews
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:46 PM
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10 percent

10 percent is a joke I will not run a crew for that.
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:51 PM
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You might gross 1,200 in a day and pay two of your sorta works a 100 bucks a piece and 100 bucks for fuel to claim your making 900 net but your not.

I could list off no less then 200 other things that are costing you money to provide that service....everything from the big wear and tear on equipment all the way down to that 43 cent stamp on a envelope to the 8 cent envelope/invoice paper package.


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Old 01-14-2013, 08:54 PM
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dreamland

We email all our invoices . And take credit card only . My biggest expense is payroll which is 52000.00 a month
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All workers sre legal and we pay workmans comp.
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Actually we are clearing about. 39 percent to be technicsl this includes overhead everything gas light utilities.
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Actually we are clearing about. 39 percent to be technicsl this includes overhead everything gas light utilities.
Net 39%? - does that include a fair market wage for you as an expense?
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39 percent is MUCH more realistic than 70-90 percent. 39 percent is very very good for a large company.
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