Excuse me for possibly sounding naive after being in this business on and off (mostly on) for 22 years, but I have a question for you fellows that are in the part of the country where this is a seasonal business. I see a lot of talk about charging for "each mowing" or "per cut". Do you get to decide when to mow that yard throughout the season, or does the customer call you again and say "we're ready"? To my way of thinking, if the customer is in control of this and they are calling you every 14-16 days, your labor to go through 15 days worth of growth is a lot more than if you were mowing every 7 days. Now understand that everything out west here is done on a monthly basis, (charge for weekly service X 4.25 weeks per month), so when you guys talk about "per cut" it is a foreign concept to me and probably most other professionals in this region. I have worked a wide variety of residential and commercial maintenance in both Southern and Northern California, and have never charged like this, so I'm just curious as to how this works for you all. Thanks!