- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Standard pricing is $65 per hour....we work pretty fast and our prices compete with others who claim to charge less. If you are in this business and are going to survive you need to charge the right price, and be honest to the customer on what you want to make. Others may tell you $30 per hour but they don't work as fast or they "pad" their hours. You won't find that with us, we work hard in your yard so you don't have to. We like to get in and get out!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I start by getting to know the most about the customer that I can. I either look them up on Facebook or Google. I then check out there property on Google maps to see what I am getting myself into. I then measure the property to get square footage of lawn, ornamental beds, drives and walks. Once I have the square footage I can compare them to the current and past customers to see what type of pricing I can do. I keep a range of prices in my head until I meet or talk with the customer to see about their expectations. After determining what customer expectations are I can then deliver a solid price.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Cutting lawns professionally for over 21 years. Student of the industry, attend numerous seminars, adjunct instructor NWTC, experience with sprinklers, fountains and ponds, landscape installation and fertilizer production.