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Some LCOs simply will not sign up a new customer unless they sign a contract.
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No discount. Just add up the charges for all of the services for the year ( mowing, edging, blowing, leaves, beds, pruning, cleanups, etc) and divide the total by 12 (months) and you have amonthly price for your contract. You need to state the scope of services included in the contract incase they want you to do extra services. I do not give a discount.....it sells itself by it being :levelized billing.....like the power company. This is good for you in that you make a little less in the summer but you have an income string for doing very little in thewinter.