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Remember P&P is a volume game.

I would like to say thank you for all the valuable information posted in this forum. For the past few months I've been filling out vendor applications trying to break into the business. I finally had a company contact me telling me they had plenty of work in my area. After a back and forth conversation they finally sent me a price list.

Mows up to 20,000 sq ft-$22.00
Winterization - $40.00
Initial Clean - $68.00
Routine Clean - $20.00
Locks - $22.00
Debris CYD - $19.00

Does anyone work for these rates and actually make money?
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I would like to say thank you for all the valuable information posted in this forum. For the past few months I've been filling out vendor applications trying to break into the business. I finally had a company contact me telling me they had plenty of work in my area. After a back and forth conversation they finally sent me a price list.

Mows up to 20,000 sq ft-$22.00
Winterization - $40.00
Initial Clean - $68.00
Routine Clean - $20.00
Locks - $22.00
Debris CYD - $19.00

Does anyone work for these rates and actually make money?
Grass cuts $80-100 plus discount
Wints $100 plus discount
Locks $40-60
Debri cy $50.

You tell me if you will make money at those prices? And these questions are asked every day, just look around the site>
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I would like to say thank you for all the valuable information posted in this forum. For the past few months I've been filling out vendor applications trying to break into the business. I finally had a company contact me telling me they had plenty of work in my area. After a back and forth conversation they finally sent me a price list.

Mows up to 20,000 sq ft-$22.00
Winterization - $40.00
Initial Clean - $68.00
Routine Clean - $20.00
Locks - $22.00
Debris CYD - $19.00

Does anyone work for these rates and actually make money?
the only 1 making money at them prices are the 1's subbing it out
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volume =more work you do the more they make.
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You'll make it up in volume
A wise forum member asked me how that would work and to think it thru with him.

If you loose money on one step of the game wouldn't you loose money doing the same thing 100 times?????????

We all know the answer to that.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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