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If the house is full do we still have to board the windows?

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OMG lol It clearly looks like 5cys of Debris for the entire property please remove @ $30.00 per yard minus our 20 percent.lol That looks like a 2 day job.Good luck
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Actually it is a bag of clothes just stuffed into the opening. The house and property are trashed, but nothing out of the ordinary for what we see. This pic was sent to me by a friend who is bidding the house. I told her it is my new favorite picture.
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Please move the "personal property" to a secure location inside the house @ the rate of $7.50 per cubic yard. Once the "personal property" is move to a secure location, please board the window @ a rate of .35 per united inch.

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If I recall, your ok to just screw board when the purpose is to keep the trash inside of the house.
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That's not trash nor personals. It's insulation
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