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What is the price matrix for them, does anybody know? How much is a recut going for?
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What is the price matrix for them, does anybody know? How much is a recut going for?
I know they were offering 25.00 for a cut up to 12" high and an acre around here and that was all I needed to hear ....
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I know they were offering 25.00 for a cut up to 12" high and an acre around here and that was all I needed to hear ....
Was that a fairly new quote?
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Was that a fairly new quote?
Does it matter? Please name one, just one, regional who has raised their prices....



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For mowing, none that I can recall. For debris, maybe 2005 with one national.
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They called my for work in NJ. Prices were a joke they OFFERED $25.00 for upto an acre and 2'. Laughed and said good luck.
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Was that a fairly new quote?
yes and I may even have it wrong...it could be up to 24'' ..
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I was.told that they came out with new prices a few months ago, or the beginning of this year...
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I was.told that they came out with new prices a few months ago, or the beginning of this year...
They just sent me an email and called 10 minutes after and i was wrong ,the price is 25.00 for up to a acre at 24"...needless to say that isn't gonna get a response from me...
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They just sent me an email and called 10 minutes after and i was wrong ,the price is 25.00 for up to a acre at 24"...needless to say that isn't gonna get a response from me...

It boggles my mind that they would even think it's ok to offer a price like this. After discount Lets say you are at $20, that is how much it freaking costs to have the neighbor kid mow your 1/10th acre lot with his parent's push.
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