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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by midlandlawncare, Mar 11, 2005.
I usually pay 2.75-2.85 per bale , and charge 5.00-6.00 put out. good rate?
I pay 3.25 pb and charge the customer 4.25 + tax pb and 10.00 pb to haul/install unless its a large quantity and i might discount a buck or two pb.
I worked out of Newnan Peacchtree City a few years aGO WE CHARGED 5.50-6.00 DEPENDS ON CUSTOMER. a GOOD LABORER will spread from 15-25 bail per hour depending on how thick the shribs are. Its is also a goo idea to chech how far your bails are going Ive seen them cover 75-115' so don't lose money cause you are getting bigger bails.
I pay $3.49 per bale after taxes and charge from $7.00-$8.00 per bale to lay it. I try to at least double the price of the bale. That price includes the price of the bale so I'm ony making $3.50-$4.50 per bale to lay it. If it's in a really rich part of town you might get $10.00 per bale.
I'm paying $4.00 a bale and charging $9.00 a bale to buy and install.
I pay $3.50 per bale, charge $7.50 installed.
I pay 4.25/bale, 9.00-9.50 to install.
$2.90 in Buford, GA.
$5.50-6.00 to install.
the most youre gonna get in griffin is 5.00 to many people from Dublin doing it for 3.85 for bale and reading youre other post we cut every bermuda yard twice or cut and let dry and recut you dont need to charge no less than 50 or 60 bucks for those small country club yards youre doing or on every week contracts in summer and two in winter we charge 200 to 300 for month 12 months.
8 pb total cost bale + labor