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yard bidding

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by yard hog, Aug 20, 2008.

  1. yard hog

    yard hog LawnSite Member
    from ,Tn
    Posts: 3

    how would u bid on a 1 acre residential yard compared to a 1 acre commercial yard
     
  2. yard hog

    yard hog LawnSite Member
    from ,Tn
    Posts: 3

    i was lookin for some help.I AM NEW TO THE COMMERCIAL MOWING.I HAVE A 60 IN TANK AND THERE IS A FACTORY OUT FOR BID AND I WAS TRYING TO GET A IDEA ON BIDDING.IT IS AT LEAST 6 ACRES OF MOWING AND LEVEL AND OPEN WITH LITTLE LANDSCAPING.WHAT WOULD BE GOOD STARTING POINT ON THE MOWING
     
  3. evergreenedmond

    evergreenedmond LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 310

    I would bid both of them the same
     
  4. hackitdown

    hackitdown LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,486

    I would ask the customer how he would like the bid submitted. What format would he like? How often does he want to be billed, etc. Ask questions, get him talking. Find out what he wants.

    He'll tell you what you need to know. Put that in the bid.
     

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