It happens every spring...lowballers this and lowballers that; it used to be "scrub" issues, but LawnSite put a stop to that talk. I see threads on here about how you were underbid and didn't get the job because someone bid $18 on a $25 lawn. Who determined that it was a $25 lawn? It may be a $25 lawn to you because you have to make that to pay for equipment, medical insurance, retirement and liability insurance. Maybe the person bidding $18 doesn't have those premiums and payments to pay. Maybe his equipment is paid for and he gets insurance and retirement through another job. I agree that he should have some liability insurance, but even that is not necessary. So just because someone came in under your bid doesn't mean you were wronged, it just means that someone thinks they can do the job for less money than you can. Some business and home owners don't care about how you can stripe a lawn or that you use an $8000 mower or that you even have insurance. Our trade is no different than any other trade..I shop around for any service I require and most smart people will do it also. You can't expect to get every job you bid, if you get them all...you're probably a "LOWBALLER".