I have a commercial account that's wanting me to mow "as needed" I hate when they say mow it as needed. I just figure mow it every week and not waste time monitoring it to see if it needs mowed. Of course you can tell that in places it won't need mowed weekly. It's not thick grass and very thin in places. So it's not like it's going to get grown up. So we mow around 24-29 times per year. I figure $200/mow at 24 cuts/year. So, we're looking at $4800. They want the bid broke up into payments for 12 months. So, lets say $400/month. So, do I make the bid for $400/month and plan on cutting it every week? Or do I say hey, it probably won't grow too much and probably only need cut every 10 days or 2 weeks at times. And then cut the monthly payment down to say 18 cuts per year at $200/mow. Then charge $300/month. I hate when they want a yearly contract and want it mowed as needed. When you don't even know how much it's going to need to be cut. That's the dumbest thing I've heard. They should just say hey...how much will you charge per cut? And then mow it as needed. And when you mow send me the bill. But they want me to tell them before the season starts how much it will costs per month for 12 months. What do you all do? Act as if you're mowing it weekly? Or how do you go about doing it?