Ok I'm going to post some photos of a job I'm supposed to bid today. What kind of prices do you guys think is good to keep the customer happy and myself happy? Throw me some numbers. We are in North Port Florida. I did a cleanup job the other day like this but about 1/10 of this amount. It took us 5 hours and we charged $500. They were happy. I was thinking about $5000 for this one. With debris removal and all. He bought this Florida home for a winter getaway I would imagine. He owns a large service company up in NY with a beautiful larger home there probably worth about a half million. It sits on 3-4 acres. (Google Earth) They want it all hauled away, cleaned up, and mowed. We counted 31 palm trees. There is also about 30-35 feet of overgrowth on the lot from the adjacent lot. Here is their email from the email I received: 1) As you face the house, the telephone pole to the right of the driveway, clean up the property line straight back to the canal, including the palm tree. Don't cut the palm just pull the vines off and dead palm fronds. 2) The shoreline along the canal, cut down all the underbrush and clean the palms up, not cut down. 3) There's a old dock laying on the bank of the canal. I'd like that dragged up out off there and hauled away. 4) There are 3 crepe myrtles in front of the house that need pruning, but leave the spanish moss. 5) As you face the house, there's another telephone pole to the left. That's the other boundary line going back to the canal. We'd like you to clean up that property line straight back to the canal, and toward the yard to the right. Don't cut any trees, just pull the vines off and dead palm fronds. 6) Finally, mow and bag up and haul away all the debris from your work.