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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by 4 seasons lawn&land, May 2, 2008.
anyone ever figure out their average?
Why - What diff does it make. Per hr. production is what counts.
$47.83 - I only know that cause I have them all on a spreadsheet. Really doesnt mean anything cause we have a ton of 42-46 and a bunch of 50-70 and a handful of 75-120. Bottom line is we dropped the bad groups and every account makes money. More so the smaller ones.
huh? like 5.00 per lawn, like the guy on craigslist....LOL..is that good? ...LOL
NA...like 37.00 here so far for these yards..nobody wants to pay around here..
BUT....I'm a different kind of company than most guys. I use this as side money and hope it takes off....so I'm lower than most. I started $33 for up to 1/4 acre (price goes up for BS...corner lot, extra weedeating, trampoline, etc)....now I'm at $38 because I have enough clients and price of gas.
I try to average about 40-50 dollars per hour you win some and you loose some..
Probably about $35-$40/lawn. I have never sat down and figured it out, though.
I remember (back when gas was $2 cheaper) when my average was probably $25 lol.