I do about 90% mowing, 5% landscape install and redo, and 5% just trimming, yard cleanup, trimming shrubs, flower beds, etc. I was asked today about trimming all trees on a property that I mow and trim. This will cover about twelve acres and include about 60 trees. Most of them are sweetgums, and the prop owner just wants limbs cut from within reach of the ground with a pole saw. I have all the equipment to do this, but would have to rent a dump trailer. I'm also solo so I'd have to get one of my workers that helps me on mulch jobs and such. I'd be getting mowing customers caught up after the day and a half job, so that wouldn't be a problem. Would you mowing guys take a job like this? I like staying a mowing guy, and stay very busy. Most of the work would just be using loppers to cut at ground level. I was thinking about recommending a tree service, but I don't know if they will come out to just trim some small limbs from the ground. It will be a lot of work, don't get me wrong, but I don't know if I want to fool with it. The prop owner really wants to have me do it. If I turn it down I could lose the mowing job which is good money. Is this something better left to a tree service? My insurance covers me to do minor limb trimming which is the case here, but I would rather not have to gear up for this type of job. What do you guys think?