I'm trying to figure out the best way to price. As of now, I am a one man crew. I will be mowing with either a 48" or 52" Hydro walk-behind. I realize this is general, I just want to make sure I'm in the right ballpark. Any feedback is greatly appreciated! Here is what I have come up with through research and reading lawnsite.com posts: - a 10,000 square foot residential lawn mowed & trimmed in (25 min. 1 man) - a 5,000 square foot residential lawn mowed for $35.00 (13 min. 1 man) - a 10,000 square foot residential lawn mowed for $45.00 (25 min. 1 man) - a 15,000 square foot residential lawn mowed for $55.00 (38 min. 1 man) - a 20,000 square foot residential lawn mowed for $65.00 (50 min. 1 man) - 1 acre (43,560 square feet) mowed for $130.00 (around 100 min. 1 man) - mowing price based on .003 to .004 cents per square foot of lawn (.003 x 20,000 = $60.00) Now, is the price of trimming included in the price of mowing? How about bagging clippings, or going over the clippings again with the mower...do you charge extra for this? If so, generally how much do you charge? I've read that some people here say they charge $1.00 per minute. For those of you who charge $1.00 per minute, do you start charging when you pull up to the house/building, or do you charge when you start mowing? When do you stop charging? How about Spring cleanup? Do you charge a flat rate for this, or do you charge by the minute? I realize I need to take into account a dump fee if there is one. Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it!