Originally Posted by RdTeK
He stays in a 1/2 mile radius of his home, so he limits himself to where he goes. It's a sub-division setting so homes are close together.
So there you go. Operating efficiency based on a targeted marketing campaign.
If you can do a drive in 10 minutes and they're 4 minutes apart you can do 4 an hour.
If you can do a drive in 10 minutes and they're 10 minutes apart you can do 3 an hour.
There is a guy around here will give you a great discount on grass cutting if both sides of the street on the entire block sign up. He told me he's got a campaign he starting right now to get entire developments, he's targeting "cul-d-sac developments" 10/20 homes one road and a cul-d-sac and offering super prices he feels 60+ percent of his costs are travel/vehicle related so a 40% discount on the second property right next door.is really a 20% increase as he doesn't have to load mowers, drive, unload mowers, repair the truck, repair the trailer or pay employees to ride in trucks. Conceptually you cannot discount 40% on 2 homes because then there is no travel money so the formula is a little more complicated but the concepts the same.