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Old 04-26-2013, 05:37 PM
cdjones cdjones is offline
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The extra cost on the mulch which may seem high to you is due to bed conditions and may vary greatly so be honest with yourself ask yourself can i remove all weeds that are present, provide a nice clean border, pay for the mulch with a slight price raise, pay for gas, etc...etc....As you do more jobs you will understand what it costs you to operate so for now id suggest do a good job and try to account for all the time you will be there. Its not what you can do the job for its what you can profit from doing the job that keeps your head above water.
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