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Cost for you? Or what you should be charging customers?
For customer cost... basic rule of thumb is to double your material cost...
Cost for customer...how do I figure out how much I should charge for cutting, weeding, and masking. I don't want to be "the cheap shop", but I don't want to be "the expensive shop" either! There has to be a formula...right?
 

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There is no magic "formula". Your pricing should be based on what your operating and material costs are. Highly unlikely that two companies will have the same overhead/expenses, and the market value will be different depending on location (& usually by how many fly by night low ballers have devaluated your market) If you can't figure out what your cost is, then your just guessing. Pricing in any business is not "set it and forget it" - it constantly changes and has to be regularly updated.
 
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