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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by troblandscape, Jan 26, 2003.
What are you charging per man, per hour?
man are you about to open pandora's box.Depends on work performed for me.
Lawncare we charge customer aproximate $35 an hour.
Thartz, For example, weeding. when you don't know how long it will take you? Or am I the only one who will sometimes tells a customer a rate per hour.
min. of 35 per hr.If your paying travel time and all other expenses you can't go too much lower or you'll waste your profit margin.If it is more technical or knowledge oriented the price goes up.I know that sounds vague and I apologize but there are so many different tasks in this business so you have to reward yourself more for your experiences and knowledge but you also have to stay within the pricing in your area .There are a ton of threads about this.Happy hunting!
Thartz, my rate starts when I load up the truck, 35 per hour thanks for the reply...
shoot me an e-mail if I can help you out.
Lawncare and landscaping work runs a minimum of $45 per hour up to $95per hour. A lot depends on what equipment is being used too.
Depends on the service being performed.
Mowing--$50 - $75 per hour
Pruning--$75 per hour
Mulching--$60 per yard installed
Edging, weeding, minor maintenance- $35 per hour
Fall cleanup- $100 per hour
Anything that involves equipment is going to be more expensive. You have to take your investments into consideration when pricing out a job.
What type of equipment do you use Boycea? Ive been considering one of those vacuum units that will hang on the tailgate of my dump truck, but only about 1/4 of my customers have many trees.