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Commercial Lawn Pricing

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by willyB, Aug 19, 2005.

  1. willyB

    willyB LawnSite Member
    Posts: 15

    My company has been offered the opportunity to maintain common grounds in a new residential sub-division. The sub-division will open in phases as the lots sell. The division consist of 80 single family lots with a lot of common ground. The way the blue prints are laid out each plot of common ground is labeled with square footage. My question is, should I bid the job per square inch? Is there an easier way to bid the property without being able to actually measure it? If I had a price per square inch, I could give the developer a pretty accurate bid, and adding each piece of common ground would not be a headache. What do you think? Please advise ;)

    WillyB ;)

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