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Are you one of the annoying ones?

I'm pretty sure it is common practice for your work order to include....remove lawn clippings. Doesn't say find somewhere to hide and dump them. Never fails when we get a property that has previously been serviced.
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Been at this a long time and never removed a single clipping.
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What do you do with them?
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Well that is a lot different then hiding piles and piles in a corner of the yard....
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Never had a return for clippings ever. I have had to send guys back to blow the walk ways a time or two. Once usually does it and they either never do it again or never take a pic of it.
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Yes, that happens a lot....never take a pic of it" just save it for the next contractor to clean up
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Here is a pic of what I mean....fresh grass clippings they hid under some leaves they didn't rake up.
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Here is a pic of what I mean....fresh grass clippings they hid under some leaves they didn't rake up.
We never raked a leaf until they started paying us $50.00 every 2 bags then we started that. Prior to that we blew the leaves out away from the property and mulched them with the mower. Now we get paid $2,000.00 for an afternoon of leaf raking so we stopped mulching.

If this is as bad as the guys you are following leave you I would consider yourself lucky. Today I found all the shingles from a roof repair and I think I even know which property they came from as well as several tires and cans of paint inside a property that has been cleaned out since 2011. Guess we will pick up their scraps because they couldn't afford the dump fee.

I also found this. The order mill out of Indianapolis that we share our state with did this wint. I hope to be billing them for some new radiators.
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Those old radiators are hard to come by. Local place told us a few years ago they order them from out-of-state at $900 a pop. Lead regulations I was told.
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