I agree with HisMoney 100% I am not in Florida but in California the majority of guys are not insured or licensed and are charging low rates. They are not a legit business. Do it right and charge what you are worth. It may take longer to grow your business but you won't be working for pennies. Offer quality work and then give it and the customers may or may not keep you. But you can take pride in your work and not run yourself into the dirt. Look professional and this alone will bring customers your way.HisMoney said:I don't base my price on the other guy. I know what it takes to run my company (operating cost) and what it takes to make a profit. That's what I charge.
And to agree with "Lawnman Scott", every lawn varies.
I guess what I am saying is , don't let the other guy determine your price. You can't.
You determine what you charge. You're gonna win some and your gonna here about the other guy and what he charges.
Good luck payup