I'm loading up the equipment after finishing with a customers lawn this afternoon.This is a waterfront neighborhood with nice homes.A lady stops and asks me if I'm with (competitor name). I say,"No mam".(Guess the lettering on the truck was hard to read She looks at the lettering and says ,"Well (competitor name) never showed up today.Do you trim shrubs?" I say,"Yes,mam.Certainly" She then asks me if I will come by and give her an estimate.I tell her I will and that I'll follow to her home. Turns out she lives at the end of the street and her home is for sale.I get out and give her my card and introduce myself. She shows me the shrubs that need trimming.9 Dwarf Yaupon Hollies.Way out of wack.She tells me they have been squared before and she wants them rounded.They're 3 1/2 feet wide by 3 feet tall and growing in front her windows. I tell her I can and show her where the foilage ends and tell I can trim them so far and round them. She understands.She says she wants all debris removed,so I tell her I will completely cleanup. I quote $225 with removal of debris.She says,"Oh,there's no way I can do that!Thank you anyway." I said,"Alright.Thank you."Then I walked out to my truck and drove away. The question.Was that a fair price?Personally,I think so.I saw it taking around 3-4 hours to complete and I do have shrub trimming experience. I think I could have handled the conversation better,by asking if she believed in getting what she pays for. Also,I should have told her that if she needing anything else or changed her mind feel free to call me. So give it to me.Did I do the right thing? Thanks!