where are your price breaks?

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by grassmasterswilson, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. grassmasterswilson

    grassmasterswilson LawnSite Platinum Member
    from nc
    Posts: 4,589

    Generally I charge a $50 min or 5-6 per 1000 which ever is greater. All of my work is residential. Just curious where your price breaks were? 1 - 10k $6 per 1000, 10k - 20k $5 per 1000 2, 20k + $4 per 1000
     
  2. Think Green

    Think Green LawnSite Silver Member
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    Oh Boy!!
    As I have read on here Wilson, the feud's will begin.
    My breaking point is real close you your's above.
     
  3. SeedPro

    SeedPro LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Mine too.

    We should live in New Jersey, Houston or Oklahomo. Guys here claim they get 400 to treat an acre sized lawn.
     
  4. rcreech

    rcreech Sponsor
    Male, from OHIO
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    We are somewhat the same on smaller lawns.

    I don't truely price break until they get over an acre!

    After an acre I will start to drop my price/k.

    If they are over 5 acre I will drop it a little more...but it also depends on if it is an open area or lots of obstacles.
     
  5. Runner

    Runner LawnSite Fanatic
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    That's where I am at...It takes an acre for the first break.
     
  6. NattyLawn

    NattyLawn LawnSite Bronze Member
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    30k for me, but I use more fert than you guys.
     
  7. greendoctor

    greendoctor LawnSite Fanatic
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    Over an acre and, this is a condition of the price break, I am not doing that acre on foot. Has to be from my truck mount boom.
     
  8. rcreech

    rcreech Sponsor
    Male, from OHIO
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    Oh....I forgot that you know how much fertilizer we all used! :laugh:

    I guess you know what I have in my checking account also? :)
     
  9. Runner

    Runner LawnSite Fanatic
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    Yes,...please DO explain the more usage than us. Are you at around 3000 accounts or something, or did I read this wrong? :walking:
     
  10. MnLefty

    MnLefty LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 367

    Can't speak for Natty, but I interpreted his comments because of his name that using organic/bridge products usually means a lower analysis fert, therefore needing more lbs/1000 to get to desired rates??

    If I used 18-0-9 and you used 30-0-10 and we both applied 1lb N/1000 I would have used "more" fert than you... I have a hunch that's all that Natty was saying.
     

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