How Much Does Lawn Mowing Cost?

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Peggy Combs

Subject: Lawn care

Was wanting to get a quote for lawn care

Omar F

Subject: Does Size Matter

I currently offer 2 options for my customers. Single service pricing and Seasonal pricing.Do i price bases on size of lawns/Yards or Just Services given?

Omar F

Subject: Does Size Matter

I currently offer 2 options for my customers. Single service pricing and Seasonal pricing.Do i price bases on size of lawns/Yards or Just Services given?


Subject: bidding

What's an average pice to charge for lawn service for a gas station


Subject: Charge for average residential yards

I have been charging the average $30 for residential,am I underbidding myself?


Subject: Too Low

If you intend to never be able to grow and want to have to overload your schedule to turn a profit, then no your fine.
If you want to grow increase your charge by at least $20 a visit. This will give you additional income for office expenses, additional payroll, and improving your equipment.


Subject: Lawn

Ok the average is $35 to $40 but do you charge this for every yard don't matter the size? And also you charge the $40 each time you go? Monthly? I'm very confused need help! Thank you


Subject: need grass cut

do u service ozone park


Subject: autos

mopar no car.


Subject: Yard work

I was recently charged $75 for everything mentioned in the article above plus tree and hedge trimming. This included front and back yards and it was an initial service. Is this a reasonable price? Both yards are fairly small.

Terra Landscape

Subject: Good Price

If they also included spraying round-up then that is a good price even for minimal amounts of shrubs/trees.

beverly dye

Subject: THANK YOU!

I appreciate this very helpful guideline which answered a number of questions we have had. My husband has always insisted on doing our yard work so I had no clue what these services should cost - but he has been struggling with a knee issue lately so this information will help us as we choose to offload some of the tasks to others. THANKS!

Vic Ephrem

Subject: Lawn Maintenance for Exercise

I certainly understand if someone doesn't like yard work, but it can be a little funny to me when folks don't consider the exercise benefit of yard work. I personally play soccer and ride a road bike, but find that yard work often results in better weight management. The work can be a more steady fat burn, and typically lasts longer. I mow my yard with a push (not self-propelled) mower, and use power tools an a half-acre+ lot. The other benefit is that I know my yard, and care more about it than the paid service can. I see problems, weeds, etc. immediately, rather than only finding out about them too late. If you run or exercise for an hour a couple of days a week, you can turn that time to the yard and save yourself $160 to $300 per month. If you are a learner, you also learn what works in your yard, and also get to know your neighbors better. If you exercise in a gym, you can move outdoors and get similar benefit. Stay healthy, meet your neighbors and consider getting out in the yard!


Subject: Exercise

I walk regularly, but in the summer time it's usually indoors since it gets too hot out where I live to do it outdoors comfortably. I don't mind doing the yard maintenance in the spring when it's cooler out but I don't want to be outside in 100 degree temperatures mowing and weeing my lawn, so this site has been very helpful. I'm checking with my local landscapers to see what their prices are, hopefully they are about the same or lower.

Cat Smith

Subject: Round-up Clarification

Since “fertilizer application” is in brackets, it was probably added by the writer or editor. The speaker probably knows that Roundup is not a fertilizer.

Mike Lafollette
Mike LaFollette

Subject: Correction

You are 100 percent correct. That was my mistake, and I removed the mention of "fertilizer." Thank you!

AP Boyce

Subject: Just a note

Roundup (glysophate) is a non-specific herbicide, not a fertilizer.

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