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When is busy season?

I work for a small vendor in the Midwest. We mostly do work for Safeguard. We are not a grass vendor. I don't perform winterizations, my boss does.

My questions is, aside from grass cuts and wints, what season is busiest for trashouts and sales cleans? I'm trying to gauge what my workload will be for the winter. Thanks in advance!
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I work for a small vendor in the Midwest. We mostly do work for Safeguard. We are not a grass vendor. I don't perform winterizations, my boss does.

My questions is, aside from grass cuts and wints, what season is busiest for trashouts and sales cleans? I'm trying to gauge what my workload will be for the winter. Thanks in advance!
Certainly you have asked you "boss" this question? How long have you been working for him? How long has he been with in the business? If he doesn't know the answer then start looking for better work now. You're probably worth more than what you're getting anyway.
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We are new. I have been with him since the start of the business (April 2015). I'm getting $15 an hour doing trashouts and sales cleans. He lets me keep a lot of cool stuff we find at houses. I'm pretty happy with that.
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$15 hr plus benefits...if you're happy I won't argue.
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