Here's the problem, and feel free to advise here. I admit, it was really nice to gain 25 accts so fast, the problem lies with the accounts, not so much poor customers, but the jobs are underbid by $40-50 on 85% of the accounts. I realize this transition period can be very tricky, especially since most of the clients are over 55 yrs old, but what strategy should I use to approach my customers once the spring rolls back around. Also, what ways would I suggest up-sales w/out pointing out work that needs to be done, (that should've been done before) - work they're not paying for currently. The last thing I need is spending an extra 30 minutes in the yard.