Its good that Elite Lawncare started about Lowballers. Its a subject that should not be revisited. Instead, the subject should be present on every day of the year. I believe that lowballing can flourish for the same reason that people can make a living by standing at intersections with cardboard signs. The people with signs only stay at intersection if people are giving them money. Likewise with lawn mowing lowballers. Not every, but almost all lowballer, is like a yard janitor. Actually, like the lower grade of janitors, because a few janitorial services do treat their trade like a piece of craftsmanship. Think about the janitorial trades for a moment. Most janitorial workers are employed to keep bathrooms, hallways and drinking fountains sterile and clean looking. The employers or companies that hire them, frequently don't question the janitors about their knowledge of building materials. Does the janitor know what products extend the polish on brass? Does the janitor know what products preserve wood for the longest period of time? In many cases, janitorial work focuses more on a sanitary APPEARANCE, and much less on the effects that may be undetectable. Likewise, many lowballer lawn mowing services launch business within this window of opportunity: that many homeowners focus on the sanitary appearance, which requires very little time to learn about, rather than the effects and science, where preparation would be more substantial. I find that a lot of people just care about the price. They just want the cheapest. But I think that a lot of people just don't take enough time to think about who they are hiring, what they are getting and what the optional services are really worth. More homeowners need to spend more time thinking before they do their deciding. Too many think that deciding = thinking.