I was mowing a yard this weekend for a new customer. He's a home builder and this was one of his new houses for sale. He asked me to come and look at his house. His beds are getting some weeds. So I go there and it's not so bad. I don't have the dimensions but its a good sized house with 6-7 foot beds across the front and partially down one side. It has various shrubs and plants nothing extensive and a few weeds. He's got the non-float bark mulch that has faded and looks like crap. I told him what we should do is pull the weeds and then hit it with my cultivator 2-3 inches deep. I would then stay on top of it each week if he'd let me take over his weekly mowing. I quoted him $75.00 for the job to pull the few weeds and cultivate. After I left I realized that I should have told him we need to put in more mulch periodically but I forgot. So...damage control. What is a good way to handle this? I'll do the job like I told him. And I think because of the amount of bark mulch he has it will work and mix up good. I don't want to do this guy wrong. He'll be a good cusotmer to have. Should I go back and tell him we should re-think this and give him a quote on 2-3 inches of mulch?