I live in Texas and an individual from Arkansas called me last season to mow his deceased parents' yard since he inherited the property. I quoted him $30.00 and he agreed to have me do it every week. Being that he lived in Arkansas and I lived in Texas I would throw in "extras" each time I mowed, but opted not to charge him since we agreed on $30.00. I just wrote on the invoice that I did the service and wrote $ 0. Being that he lived in Arkansas it was impossible for him to keep up with the yard necessities. Also, there was no way for him to actually know if I really did do the service and he could refute the claim. Would you guys charge for the "extras" that are not included in the basic mow, blow, and edge without consulting the homeowner since it is almost like dealing with a commercial account because he is out of state? I look at this way....If he opts to retain my services this year then I know he was impressed with what I had to offer. If not, I go fishing for a new account. Any suggestions?