Okay heres my situating. An old lady gave me a call about a week ago asking for a bid. I said, "when would you like me to come by" she said, "whenever, just leave the quote in the door," I came by and looked around the yard and wrote the quote. It was $18.00. The yard was pretty flat, reletivly small, few obstacles, little edging, and no gate. Later that week, she left a message saying that she would like to sign up. I came by the house to get billing info and give her my info packet(what I do in case of rain, etc...). She said, "do you want me to show you the property lines, I said "okay" we walked to the side of the house and showed me and then to the other side and pointed past a row of trees and to a patch of grass about 8ft by 100ft that connected to some neighborhood common ground and said this was part of the yard also. I told her that I had to give her a new quote because I assumed that the yard only extended to the row of trees. The new quote was $23.00. She didnt look to mad was wasnt happy. I informed her that it was higher not because of the extra mowing but more because of the extra edging. She said that I didnt have to edge it but I told her it was company policy that I edge all yards. Then she said something like, "I will compare this with the other quote you gave me" or something like that which seemed weird but I said okay, thank you. And left. I just need to know, should I have sucked it up and stayed with the $18.00 quote and not make much money with this yard. Or should I have said okay and not edge it and gave her a quote like $21.00 or did I do the right thing and if I lose the customer, so be it. Any opinions would be greatly appreciated. Sorry for being so wordy.