Ok hang on tight here we go..... Lets use this example of a customer..... $60 per service, twice a month for a total of $120 monthly. This is a commercial Insurance office so it needs to look good all the time. I currently do this account every two weeks or 14 days. When I arrive the Bahia grass is tall, about a foot, not a complete Bahia yard but it is mixed in with the centipede. Sometimes get trailing and have to double mow to make a perfectly clean yard due to this. So in essence I am doing this account 4 times (double mowed) a month for $120 or $30 a cut. Stay with me. I AM going to change to a 10 day cut length this year. This will in essence make this account a 3 time a month service instead of 2. With the first month actually being 4 cuts (the 1st of the month, 10th, 20th and 30th...then it would be the 10th, 20th, and 30th and so on) So here is what I figured. Drop the visit price to $45 on the 10 day cycle (easier to sell to the customer and raise the price without such a slap in the face method). Remember now that this is going to be 3 cuts instead of 4 (double cut twice = 4). So lets do the math here. Now: 2 cuts monthly (4 doublecuts which equals time) at $60 = $120 $120/4 = $30 per cut Proposed: 3 cuts monthly (NO doublecut) at $45 = $135 $135/3 = $45 per cut So...I think by doing this I will make $15 dollars more per month on this account and have to do one less cut. Does this sound like a feasible idea to you? Let me know what you think.