Hi all, I think I'm going to bid on my first commercial account... I'm not sure if this is a good thing or... Anyway, I have a couple of questions - This place was just built and everything is fresh and new, so there was no previous service. It's well into the season now... should I put a 'price per cut' (billing monthly) into the contract or try to figure up a monthly price? They want all services including lawn care, bed maintenance, mulch, annuals, fertilizer, tree trimming, snow removal and whatever else I'm leaving out. I am going to give a lawn care package which includes cutting, edging, weedeating, weeding, shrub prunning, blowing and irrigation check for the weekly/monthly fee. Bill everything else seperately. Is this the right way to go? Should I include leaf clean up into this package? Snow Removal... This will be my first time. Tell me all you can... I believe the going rate is $75 per hour. The director I spoke with said he wants priorty service. This is an assisted living facility so they need the areas clean. I guess I would get there as soon as the first snow flake hits. Do you spread salt immediately? Late fees... How much and when can I imply it. My invoice will state 'Due On Receipt'. That's all for now... Thanks in advance!