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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by nobagger, Sep 15, 2005.
Those of you guys who mow commercially how do you price edging? By the foot or just by the job?
We bid the jobs with edging included,Charge by the job.
hourly with a 1 hour min.
I for 1 am not working by the hour for no 1.Those days are gone
i include edging in every bid and i edge all concrete with stick edger every week. thats what sets me apart from others.
Ok thanks for the info. But I guess I should have asked a more specific question. If bidding by the foot whats an average rate. I have a few commercial accounts but they are small in size, some props. I will be bidding on next week have several hundred feet of edging.
is it gonna be edged every cut or every other or what ?
Some are bi weekly and some are 1 time per month.
not too be rude but whats the purpose of edging 1 a month , then the rest of the month you use the weedeater
Your not being rude,LOL This reality company's bid sheets are from very bored attorney, I'm guessing. I edge every one of my accounts weekly or as needed. But I am bidding on a larger Dr. office building tomorrow and there is probably about 400ft of curbs that are edged. They are unhappy with their company they have now. But I have heard .50 to 2.00 per foot so I have no idea what a normal rate is.