He are a couple of pics from a property that I am currently estimating. Owner has had a professional design completed. I have been taking care of the lawn and maintenance for the last month. Great customer and I believe she is leaning towards me for completing the landscape design she has. Pics are start of the clean up I have done to prep the beds for install. She was very happy with the work. I have been supplied with the design work and plant list. I will have to transplant about 10 Azalea's. to the side of the house. Remove 2 Myrtle's in second pic. New Mulch installed. What would be the best way to measure the beds for mulch estimate? My first instinct tells me about 35-40 yards. I am used to working with smaller scale beds that are more "square" than these are. Note: mulch will end at the front bumper of the car in the first pic. I will get a better angle second pic because it is slightly larger than the pic shows. Natural edge on beds($1.25 per foot). No plastic or metal edge. My situation: Just started full time business, so my schedule is not jam packed. In other words, I will have plenty of time to complete job if hired. I know where I stand and want to give her a fair price. I do not want to try to make a killing on the job due to the fact that I need experience and if I overbid the job then I have gained no experience and no profit. More work is in her plans after the front is done(Backyard Landscape). Please don't get me wrong. I am not looking for a free estimate from anybody. Just some sound advise and heads up instruction from experienced professionals would be great. Maybe I can put together some bits and pieces to help myself through this. I am looking at a total of 90 Plants, grass, shrubs and a few small trees. Thanks, Premier lawn Care and Landscapes.