How many mowings a year?

Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by tyler_mott85, Oct 2, 2008.

  1. 1cooltreeguy

    1cooltreeguy LawnSite Senior Member
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    28-32 - avg
     
  2. Kennedy Landscaping

    Kennedy Landscaping LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 5,599

    Middle of Kansas here, I usually mow about 20 to 30 times a season on the weekly accounts. The bi-weekly obviously less. The average yard for me is about $25.00
     
  3. LawnTamer

    LawnTamer LawnSite Gold Member
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    26-30, weather can be very unpredictable here.
     
  4. KrayzKajun

    KrayzKajun LawnSite Fanatic
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    we cut everyweek April-october. then every other week november-march
     
  5. Wittapp

    Wittapp LawnSite Member
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    28 to 35 depending upon weather. I lost 6 weeks this year due to the draught. It has been a strange year. We porbably won't lose the last of the leaves untill close to christmas at the rate things are going.
     
  6. lawnprosteveo

    lawnprosteveo LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Tulsa
    Posts: 1,930

    I mow from spring break to the end of October...about 30-33 mowings...average price of a 1/4 acre city lot is $35. If I have several little yards on 1 street Ill charge $30 per.
     
  7. topsites

    topsites LawnSite Fanatic
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    327,895,673,826,782,401 times and counting.
     
  8. TXNSLighting

    TXNSLighting LawnSite Fanatic
    from DFW, TX
    Posts: 6,462

    Well when i mowed, we cut 38-40 times per year. Minimum was $35.
     
  9. Whitey4

    Whitey4 LawnSite Silver Member
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    28 for me.... while the last 2 mows mostly get leaves, there is still some grass in the bagger. Might go 29 this year.
     
  10. Runner

    Runner LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 13,496

    24 to 30, here, but we can bleed a few more out for fall cleanups. Many times, what I do is have them keep the cutting heights rathjer high to bleed some more cuts out, and more so, to really get the benefit of fall root growth. We take them down low right at the very end...by then, there is no more leaf growth, anyway.
     

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