Yeah... thats right, does anyone over price on purpose? This year has been great for me, lots of new customers, lots of existing customers wanting "extras" done, and lots of calls from people wanting to get estimates for stuff to be done in the future. Right now I am booked through the first of September for more mulch, pinestraw, killing weeds, bed edging, etc... and then aerating starts up around the 2nd week of September which will go through the first of November for me. Not to mention, my weekly maintenance accounts. This being said, I am still having a lot of calls come in for odd jobs, so I said what the heck, I'll go look at them, overprice them and see what happens. Well, overpricing them still isn't keeping people from wanting us to do the work, I just don't get it. Just last week I did a job for a guy removing some ivy, tilling up some soil, and preparing the area to grow grass in the fall, $400 in 2 hours, no material costs (all labor). How many other people overprice things because they really don't need the work but then do it anyway (work overtime) because you will be making a lot of money?