Okay, I was off to a slow start in the spring, so I let someone talk me down in price for weekly lawn care (first mistake). She's constantly bugging me about something. One time she wanted the beds edged in and thought it should be included as part of lawn cutting! I quickly informed her of how that one works. She asks me for a quote on putting down 4 yards of mulch. Very little work. So, I put together my costs/profit, delivery charge, etc. and come up with a price of $200. She interupts me (for the 100th time) while I'm cutting to tell me that my price is too high. I said "no problem, then find someone cheaper." So, she tells me that I'm putting too much mulch down an that I could go thinner with only 3 yds. So, I adjust my price down to $160 becuase there's less work. She says okay lets do it. When I was writing up the estimate, I knew something wasn't right so, I asked if she wanted weeds pulled first. She says of course yes, that's part of the deal. I told her I'd glady pull weeds at my hourly rate. Then she tells me that she wants the old mulch removed and a weed barrier put down under the new mulch. I explained to her that I had 15 more lawns to cut that day and didn't have time to calculate her estimate, and that I'd get back with her. Problem is that she thought $200 was too high to start with, and assumed that all this stuff was included. Now that I discover ahead of time (good thing I asked) she wants extra work done, she's looking at over $400 for some seriously time consuming work. She wants an exact price....It will take longer than expected and cost more than she'll pay. Should I tell her just to find someone else? Or, try to estimate my hrs and give her a flat price? Either way I lose.. I hate when people want extra work for free and want you committed to a price that didn't factor in the extra work!! She's been a real PITA!! What would you do?