I have been considering getting into over seeding/fertilization and aeration but haven't really found a way to make it profitable or maybe I have but haven't found the right clients. I do not have an aerator currently (except a tiny 20" spike aerator you push on a broom stick). The turf needs to be really wet for it to work. But plan on purchasing one this spring/summer (aeration begins in fall around here). Say I have a 10,000 Sq ft property. Seed is $60 a bag for 10,000 Sq feet, fertilizer is $50 for 15,000 Sq feet. So for seed and fertilizer it would be $110 plus my labor. What would you normally charge for labor? So I say I want $40 for labor so $150 total. Is that too much? I've been told it is. Right now I only do basic lawn maintenance (mowing, edging, line trimming, blowing clippings), and leaf removal. Would it be worth it to offer seeding, fertilization, and aeration?