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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by lawnboy349, Mar 24, 2007.
Mulch portion of quote is right in line, may be a little high on the clean-up.
thats around were i would bid maybe alittle cheaper
Edging 100, pruning 100, weeding 90-270, mulch cedar 510.
Big variable is the weeding, and then the number of plants. A few weeds not a big deal, fully overgrown with old fabric=off the charts cost.
I would say you are right in line if you think so. Never go lower than you think your worth. Just learn to sell your services better. I regularly am 40% higher in mulch than my average competitor. However these people are not really competition. I fully clean beds, not just cut down and also provide far superior mulch and installation techiniques. I have no problem getting mulch jobs. Let the other guy do it for cost. If a potential customer is complaining about the price than it is not a customer you want. If you do go down than you will always be asked to go down. Then you will get calls from all his friends expecting the "bro deal".
This post was from march!