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spring clean ups

Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by racin240, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. Excellent point. For some reason, some people think that everything should be $10/hr. cause the illegal day Laborers charge that. It's a fight you will most likely never win cause even when you explain cost of biz, etc etc, they still think 10/hr.
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  2. racin240

    racin240 LawnSite Member
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    the way i figuared it like 100 to 200 for spring clean up
     
  3. Patriot Services

    Patriot Services LawnSite Fanatic
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    Can't think that way. Some jobs I would have lost my butt at 200. Never bid site unseen.
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  4. jungerla

    jungerla LawnSite Member
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    i usually double or slighty less than double a regular mow price for spring clean ups. i just blow out all the beds and under bushes getting the leaves and sticks in the yard then pick them up. i have a thatcher system too that save a lot of time. thats for my average lawn my bigger lawns/businesses usually get 2.5xish regular mow price.
     
  5. racin240

    racin240 LawnSite Member
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    nt think of it that way either but first i have to try to get the clients have some flyers floating around and in craigslist. I am going to be in the process of making a website up is therre any other ideas for geting customers
     

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