That's great but when you start out with price, that's the only thing they will remember. They won't remember how jordan truely cares about their landscaping and yard. How knowledgeable he is, or how many years experience he has. They will remember he wrote $50 on the paper with his business name. When the next company comes around and leaves a flier with $40, the home owner is going to call them up and ask when they can come out. Because after all they remembered what price they paid and that's what sold them. Theres customers out there that want the best company in the area. You have to sell them on how you are the best. Provide brochures, pictures of your work, discuss what you can do for them. You don't have to hand out the brochures, go up and talk to them and sell them on your business. Be proud, professional, and politely confident. After you get done showing them what you can do, leave a business card and tell them to keep you in mind, (whether they are interested or not). Keep your prices high, and sell on how much of a professional company you have. Sell on price, and you will fighting for who can do the job for the cheapest. Cheap does not sell, only way the customer will be satisfied with price is if you paid them to get the job.