Ok guys, I gave a quote for a landscaping job todya and he said I was nearly double the other quotes he had. This is not a PITA customer -- so I'm trying to figure things out. It was a wall using pavestone diamond 3 way. The wall was going to be built on a hill rounding off the corner made by a 12 of sidewalk and 11 foot of front porch. Total length of the wall was 30'. The hill sloped down 40" from top to bottom so 15' of the wall would be 40" tall and would slope up from there. (Is that clear enough to get a general idea?) I figured 90 face feet of wall and quoted a price of $1180. I thought this was low, but this was part of a larger bid and the excavation for the job was minimal. I don't mind losing a job because the customer doesn't want to pay what I'm worth -- but I just had a feeling I must have figured something wrong --- but I can't find where. How can people come in twice as low as that? Did I figure the face feet wrong? IS the slope throwing me off and making me do some kind of terrible math error? I have installed lots of walls in my time -- but have bid much fewer. I used to work for a landscaping company where somebody else did the bidding. Now I'm the boss and it's a lot more work. Any help would be appreciated!