I've been in the lawn maintenance end of the business about 7 years, but do a little landscaping in the mowing off-season. When I get requests to figure up an estimate on a landscaping install, about half the time, the response is something like "Oh, I didn't think it would be anywhere near that much. Let me think about it." And then never hear from them again. And after reading on LawnSite about landscaping and lawn work in all parts of the country, I know I'm not quoting near as high as what jobs go for some other places. And a lot of times, these are not very big jobs to begin with--like $300, $500, $700 jobs. So my question is, should I tell potential customers up front, "If I'm going to figure a job, it has to be a minimum total price of $1000, or I'm not interested." And if they aren't looking to spend at least that much, I avoid wasting my time. It looks to me like the time I invest in figuring a $400 job is often as much as the time needed to figure a $1000 job. What do you think?