The vast majority of my contracts are all-inclusive and cover lawn, bed, shrub care and leaf removal including basic weed control, lawn fert applications and spring lime application. This worked well when my client base was smaller but now as I grow, I wonder if it is really wise as there are so many variables from one account to the next, especially in the area of shrub care. This one-size-fits-all approach seems to cause more problems than it solves. I'm wondering as I go into contract renewal (contracts auto-renew in March) that perhaps it would be wise to write contracts exclusively for lawn care, leaving bed/shrub care as an as-needed, on-call service and priced per job rather than including it in contracts. This would make routing and scheduling far easier as the primary crews function from week to week would be MTB. The time it takes to tidy up and spray flower beds each week could be spent on servicing even more lawns, leading to a higher workload and more revenue. Seasonal pruning wouldn't have to be squeezed into a few weeks and wouldn't detract from the crews primary function. When and if the customer wants pruning and/or bed services, they can call and we can schedule accordingly. The more I listen to myself, the more I think I'm trying to re-invent my business from an all-inclusive service to a service that focuses primarily on lawn care. Besides, lawn care seems to be what people primarily want anyhow. Everything else is simply a bonus to them. Any thoughts?