Hey guys. This is my first year (Not really, next year will be the first year with advertisement, ect... I just picked up 15 residentials by word of mouth this year.) Anyway, I majorly underbid this small business that I mow (Its a bar). I told the guy I'd do it for $25. (This was before I knew a damn thing about pricing). Its all open mowing probably about 3/4 of an acre altogether maybe a little less. I run a 52 Bobcat ztr on it. Anyway, I was going to send a professional letter to the business owner (I also used to mow his house before he moved to condo) saying that we now have a $40 minimum on commercial accounts ( I can service this property in 30 minutes) I will also say the we now include pick up and removal of trash and debris from turf areas and landscape beds (There aren't any beds). The owner doesn't give a **** what the place looks like. It has two foot tall weeds growing everywhere out of the cracks in the parking lot and the building could use some fixer-upper work and paint. Anyhow, this is in no contract or service agreement or anything. Just verbal.. Also, I found out after I got the job that the last guy charged $35. What can I do? If I lose the account, screw it. Its only 25 bucks. I was possibly going to try to upsell this guy and see if he wants us to round-up the parking lot and get rid of the weeds. (I will sub it out to a friend of mine on the chemical side).