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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by CBRANDT1, Mar 2, 2008.
does 25 cents per sq ft sound high? in new england
It depends on your steps of prep. but the bigger question is does it cover "ALL" expences + reasonble profit?
This Price Is On Top Of Laying Down Top Soil At That Per Hour Price... Just Trying To Adjust My Rates For This Year. I Just Became A Career Firefighter This Year So Last Year I Did Alot Of Guesstimating On My Prices. Just Trying To Get A Little More Organized This Year..
That won't even cover the cost of your starter fert. this year.
50 Lbs Of 50/50 Grass Seed Covers Approx 10,000 Sq Ft
50 Lbs Bag = 160.00
50 Lbs Of Starter Fert Covers Approx 10,000 Sq Ft
50 Lbs Bag = 70.00
10,000 Sq Ft X .25= 2500
Looks Like It Covers The Starter Fert To Me
Just so you know if you don't already, the price of fert will be jumping up about 35% by the end of the month could possibly go as high as 65% by the end of the summer. This is Nation Wide. so buy NOW!
thanks does this price sound steep or no?
No it doesen't......
I'm sorry...I read this wrong, and was off...WAY off. For some reason, I was wanting to see $25 per M. I have NO idea why I read it that way...Other things on my mind, I guess. My dog just passed away.