We have a customer (who likes to think of himself as knowledgeable...) who just went out to the nursery and picked out a bunch of trees for his yard. He wanted the wholesale price, though, so he told them his landscaper would come and pick them up and pay for them. Then he called us, told us what he did, and told us to come get cash from him to go pick up his trees. Of course, he still wants us to get the trees, deliver them, and install them. Normally for a job like this, we'd jack up the price of the trees to cover a warranty, but since we had no say in picking out the trees I'm hesitant to offer a warranty. Then of course we'd charge for delivery, labor, and mulch. Now we think we need to increase those charges slightly to pay for the inconvenience (he wants it to be done his way, right away, so we've got to move around another job we were going to do this weekend in order to fit in his giant tree job). We were thinking $100 for delivery and then $100 installation per tree, including mulch. We'd need about a yard of mulch ($23/yd) for all the trees, we think (when he was talking to us about it before, he was saying he wanted between 5-7 trees). No warranty. His landscaping contract would say the warranty was void since he provided his own materials. Obviously, we won't give him the price until we actually go and SEE these trees he picked out, but is that a decent ballpark figure? This is our first tree job and we want to make sure we price it right. Thanks.