Would you charge a customer if you showed up to do a fall clean up, but you could not do it because another landscaping company is there ripping up the old landscape and replacing (don't ask about why she didn't ask me to do the work)? Should I at least charge her a service charge? Now, bear in mind; 1. I told her I would be there the 18th or 21st if another clean up was needed. The lawn wasn't too bad, but the beds could have maybe used another clean up. 2. If I charge her that service fee, there might be a chance I lose her as a customer, but I can still get some money in the mean time. 3. If I don't charge her a service fee, she may keep me on as a customer. So what would you guys do?