Started my lawn maintenance co back in Aug/Sep last year and have been servicing 12-15 regular customers during the weekends. My dad's friend called me and asked me for an estimate to clear some undergrowth in his backyard. He said he received an estimate of $1,200 from another company and thought it was too high (feeling that he and his 17 year old son could just go out there and clean it up for less than that). Neverless, he asked me for an estimate. He lives in a very nice neighborhood ($350,000 and up in Alabama is "very nice") and the undergrowth is about 42 normal steps wide by 100 steps long (didn't have my measuring wheel when I went by there on the fly). I will measure later. Anyway, I have attached pictures of the undergrowth. I would only be clearing undergrowth, no tree work involved. My questions are as follows: 1) What type of equipment would I need for a job like this (if I decide to take on jobs like this)? 2) What would be a good estimate and basis for such? I am a one man operation (for those of you who remember me...my twin 13 year old boys would not be involved in this job.) 3) In your opinion, do you think I should even consider doing this job with my limited experience (only doing lawn maintenance since August)? I'm looking for helpful feedback here. Thanks.