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Has anyone seen these new requirements? What a joke. This company is unbelievable what they want for $25
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Has anyone seen these new requirements? What a joke. This company is unbelievable what they want for $25
we need a good laugh please show us the requirements
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Well..if its about mowing, they want us to use "vendorweb" and not "photo direct" now..Vendorweb you have to fill out a pretty involved inspection on each one...dont know about that crap for 25.oo
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I honestly don't remember which company it was back in 2009 that started requiring a damage report be filled out for EVERY single trip to a property...but that is when I knew things were rolling downhill towards the septic tank rapidly. It seems to be the norm for ALL of them now from what I hear. Why would anyone agree to this? Not just the front end time of going over the property with a fine tooth comb, but the back end time of filling the damn thing out online and doing the updates through whatever system XYZ company uses. These are things that should NEVER be free...but I digress there's always someone behind the next guy that will do it with eyes on that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
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What are the requirements?!?
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What are the requirements?!?
you must shovel 1 path 12" wide on the left side of the sidewalk the entire length of frontage, 1 path 12" wide on the right side of sidewalk to the front door, 1 path not over 12" wide on the right and left side of the driveway. Take before and during pictures during the process. 1 shovel pic in the snow, 1 pic of the snow on the shovel halfway during the "toss" of the snow and the last pic with the snow OFF the shovel. This MUST be done every 4.5 feet along the path. Since you use a digital camera pictures are free and this won't take any longer to complete. Take measurements of the depth of this snow every 4.5 feet to verify equal distribution of said snow.

Once the paths have been made and your pictures sufficiently show the depth and direction of snow removal then the remaining snow can be removed. Preferably from left to right but if this is not able to be done then please complete right to left but turn your camera upside down.

Once completed please submit before proceeding to next property.

We appreciate your patience and again "Thank you for working with the nations BEST property preservation organization".
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What a joke. The biggest is the last line.
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