You arrive at a property that normally takes you an hour to mow, trim and blow. The grass has not grown as much as in the summer but still needs cutting and there are leaves on the grass. You mulch the yard but don't spend any more time mulching than mowing, trimming is not needed and when you're done blow off the paved areas, total time: 1 hour. Do you: Charge the same as mowing? Charge more because it is "leaf clean-up" (even though you didn't spend any more time there)? Charge a mowing fee plus an additional leaf clean-up fee? Some might say there is more equipment (mulching kit) involved, but there was no trimming so a trimmer wasn't needed thus evening out the equipment cost. Keep in mind that if you charge the same as a mowing each time, you are screwing yourself out of a leaf clean-up at the end of the season but how do you justify charging more if you spend the same amount of time and equipment cost there? Thanks for any opinions, Joel B.