What is the incentive for a "by the cut" customer to convert to an annual agreement? Do you give them scheduling priorities, discounts over weekly rate X 4? If the going rate in a given area for a standard 1/4 acre lot is $20 per cut for mow, edge, trim & blow-total of $80/mo. would a yearly per month charge be, say, $65? Otherwise, what incentive would a customer have that doesn't have a sprinkler system go annual. When the grass stops growing in the fall, they just save money. Don't mean to ask such a dumb question but just starting and want to know how to sell my new accounts on going yearly so I can feed my son this winter. Thanks.