A lot of posters here complain that there isn't enough money in the lawn service business. There really IS good money in this business, however, you make all your money in a short period of time. Correct me if I'm wrong but most of you guys make all your money during 25-30 weeks a year. So you get almost half the year off, providing you don't do much fall/spring clean up work, and make a pretty good sum of money doing it. You can't predict the snow so plowing is pot luck at best. Florida is more like a 40 week mowing season which is why most Floridians aren't complaining much. Sure during the mowing season a lot of you net 300-500 a day, which is great money, but after 25 weeks that money dries up not to mention worrying about droughts and such. Am I right in this assessment? If you're wondering the point of this post you're not alone. Thanks.