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quick work, price, and customers

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by NateinAtl, Feb 11, 2000.

  1. Finecut

    Finecut LawnSite Member
    from IL
    Posts: 177

    Lawrence,<p>I saw in your above post,&quot;MUST have as much intelligence as myself,&quot; which leads me to believe you take advantage of handicapped people.<p>What a wonder world with one person right and the rest of us lamers wrong - how have we survived this long without your help? Which leads to my next question, do we really need you to survive?
     
  2. MRPLOW

    MRPLOW LawnSite Member
    Posts: 88

    Chemlawn quoted me a price of $50.00 to aerate my lawn.
     
  3. richard

    richard Banned
    Posts: 74

    aerations go for $50 in seattle too. i'm equipted pretty heavy too and don't bid by the hour but by the man hour....up front they're told how many man hours and they are told that only the best equiptment is used so alot gets done real fast nobody seems to have trouble with this, starting out i learned the lessons of by the hour...
     

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