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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by Country Club, Mar 16, 2005.
I am paying $35 a yard for hardwood, The red colored stuff still costs $23 a yard
How are you making a 45/yd profit? I believe you need to subtract vehicle expenses, payroll, etc. Y/N?
Without extra site specifics, that would be an $8150.00- $ 8800.00 job here..don't worry, if you are making $$ at 4K, that's all that matters
Id come down and intall the job for you with a blower truck for $27/yd
ill include the bark, install, and cleanup in that price.
just tell me where to pick it up.
FINE THEN.... I'M BRINGING IN 45 DOLLARS AFTER WHAT THE MULCH COST ME. you know what I meant.
I'm in Nashville, Tn. and I charge $50 per cu. yd. I get my throat cut by other "landscapers" every week charging $30 per cu. yd. I can't charge any less and it be worth doing.
here in md it goes for $100.00 A yard I would not do it any cheaper then that.Plus edging is extra.
That's why I asked...lol
7875 instaled just mulch. and I am not but 1 hr away from you.
That is dang cheap you can come do all my work for that price!! I can even sell my truck LOL... I charge 39 including bark and clean up. (price ranges for different jobs but that is average)