I would like to know which type of billing has been more successful for you all. I currently bill my commercial accounts similar to my residential accounts on a per cut basis. If we cut 4 times in a month they get billed for 4 cuts. If the month has 5 weeks in it and they get five cuts then they get billed for five cuts. Likewise, if we hit a flood or drought and miss a week the customer does not get charged for the missed cut. I have been considering switching to a monthly bill or a set amount for my commercial accounts. And, put in the contract that the turf will be cut on an average of 7 to 10 days with the exception being drought or extreme rain/wetness. By doing this if we hit extreme weather and we cannot cut it benefits me because we get the same $$ amount at the end of the month. However, during the months that there are five weeks (five cuts) then it benefits the customer because we cut one extra time. The extra cut does not concern me much because I can figure that into the bid. I am more concerned with how it is received by the client/business owners/managers. Does it really matter to them? I have had a few businesses actually request a per cut billing system. But, that has been rare. What has been your experiences? Thank you for your responses.