Our goal is to make our pricing simple, transparent, and affordable.
Here are the standardized prices we use for lawn mowing, based upon square footage.
There are many variables that will increase or decrease the price but these are the general guidelines we use.
These prices are per mowing service on a weekly or bi-weekly (every other week) schedule.
Don’t know your lawn square footage? No problem. Call our office and we can use our satellite imaging software to get your exact measurements.
Here are some of the variables that will affect the price.
A perfectly rectangular lawn will take a considerable amount of time less to mow in comparison to an odd shaped lawn with flowerbeds and obstacles scattered throughout.
Small gates into backyards keep us from using larger mowing equipment, and increases the time it takes to mow the backyard if it is fenced in. Long driveways or addresses with limited parking for our truck and trailer setup, also increase the time it takes to perform service. A lawn right next to where the trailer parks is going to cost less.
|Here are some common questions we have regarding the prices for lawn mowing:Question: “My lawn hasn’t been mowed for several weeks and is a bit overgrown…”
On your very first mowing service, if the lawn is overgrown it can take the crew 2-3 times longer to mow the grass. This initial cut will cost extra to establish defined edges and an appropriate grass length but after that your price will fall in alignment with the standard fees.Question: “My lawn takes 10 minutes to mow. Why does it cost $35?”
We have a minimum cost of $35 per mowing service. Even if the lawn is 500 sq feet, we still must charge our minimum service charge. Trucks, trailers, insurance, fuel, and other expenses make it important for us to charge that minimum fee. Also, our full time office staff take time to service and account for each Client for billing, invoicing, and Customer service. For more information on our pricing.