There has been a lot of talk lately about how low prices/quantity as being profitable. I have said that low prices are bringing low profit for many companies in the green industry. Most of this talk is related to the mow only side because that is what most are trying to do lately. I would like to get some friendly discussion going on this topic. What are some of you guys thoughts on this. I will start by saying my previous mentions of low profit caused by low prices is a little out of text. I know that company (A) with many low profit lawns can gain more net profit over company (B) with a lot less high profit lawns. But I would like to discuss the idea realistic. Do you guys think a new, or fairly new company (or even a small established company) can create/gain such a high quantity of lawns in todays market using low prices? My answer would be no and this is were my suggestion of low prices brings low profit came from in previous threads. The reason I say No is because the market is saturated with guys mowing and offering low prices already. You can not come in and build such a large customer base on low prices unless you go even lower. That brings the question of how low can you go? And how many customers do you need based on these low prices to make it worth it. Lets hear your thoughts on how low prices can be profitable in todays market. Remember, I am talking todays market, not 20 years ago. So we can leave comparisons to past companies out. I personally don't know any large companies in my area that charge a low price. The low price guys in my area are the guys working on the side, or retired men supplementing their income. Most don't stick at it very long. But long enough to keep prices down.