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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by jds720, Apr 10, 2008.
Is it trimming, mowing, blowing you get the idea!
Watching the gas pump tick away dollar signs while I fuel up.
Depends on the job. Some days driving seems to take up a lot of time, others it is talking with customers. Right now it is watching all the rain come down and thinking about the work I would like to be doing. Oh yah, some days sitting on this site is very time consuming.
I think what takes me the most time is mulching,or hardscaping. Mowing trimming blowing is a walk in the park.
Depends on how you look at it. personally I would say trimming because mowing pretty much takes a set amount of time to get across a yard, almost the same idea for blowing. But trimming depends on how fast I can motivate myself (or employee) and how detailed you try to be. But based upon $ per hr vs overhead the trimmer is actually making you more than the mower. IE: $350 trimmer @ $1 per min vs $10000 mower @ $1 per min.
for me, it would have to trimming bushes and talking with customers.
dethatching and the cleanup that follows
I agree with trimmin shrubs
Mowing a big back yard with a 32" WB that gets real old real fast, that also the reason why I just bought a 48" Wb. Other than that the trimming bushes, and leaf clean ups.