A good customer of mine wanted a price for cleaning out his gutters at his 5 properties. He is a real-estate business and he has 4 huge rental properties plus his house. He me he has me take care of all the lawn maintenance needs for the 5 properties for past 3 years. Never Have I had any problems with him. Been a good customer. Its a huge job for gutter cleaning. I tell him I would take the gutter job only because he is a good customer. Well after thinking it over and looking at how high the gutters were off the ground I decided that I probably should hire this out to someone that offers this service. I get my sub-contractor out there and I spend about 35 min walking over the properties. The properties are close to each other. We came up with a price of $2300 for gutter cleaning. So after I talking with him I called the customer on his cell phone. I told him that I was out there looking at the gutter job and that I reconsider taking the job on but I found a good painting business that offers gutter cleaning as a service. I told him that I got a price of $2300.00 He says to me "Are you out of your f******* mind " Ok... so at that point I knew my sub contractor was not going to do the job. I really did not what to say to him because I was shocked at the response I got when i told him the price. I feel that he pushed me around using his weight on because he pays a lot for my service. I want to know who thinks I should have said something to him about what he said to me. I guess you could say I let it slide. Bobby I know your going to have something to say about this. I spent my time and the sub contractors time out there to try to give a him a price and thats what I get from. When do you draw that line between customers pushing you around and you loosing business because you dont let them push you around. How much are you willing to let slide?