I have this one client you lives in this very very nice home and has a very nice landscaping job, probably bout 40-50 thousand dollar landscape. There really isnt that much grass there, just patch everwhere. The problem is, I bid the job in the spring at $25.00 (bad mistake), cause i didnt see much lawn there, but when i found out how much stuff you have to go around and the amount of trimming and blowing you have to do, its crazy. It probably takes a good 30 minutes with two push mowers, trim it, and blow grass clippings. I would use a my ZTR but it just throws the clipping everywhere, causing alotmore blowing.What do you think i should raise the price to next year? I am getting thirty for it know because about mid summer i said that i have to raise the price cause i spend to much time on your lawn for $25.00. And dont think i raised my price enough. I honestly think that $40.00 per cut is what i should be getting for it. What do you guys think?? But i dont want to take advantage of her to bad, but i need to get what i need to stay in biz! thanks guys.