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By: Michael V.
I am completely angry that I have been disrespected and treated like trash but also forced to clean up after a company is being paid to do a professional job. What is professional about cutting a 2inch piece of grass and some how blowing every last piece of cut grass and dirt onto my vehicle and in my window, damaging and scraping my windows or leaving me with the responsibility of cleaning my vehicle. How? Pay for the water to do so? Or pay for a car wash? Who's paying? NOT Me! Fu***g scumbags and so unprofessional I'm completely angry and will be filling a lawsuit against this company for the cost.
Pro-Care Lawn Service
compleat lawn care since 1984
Tips & Advices
Employers must conduct all required training in a language and vocabulary that workers can understand. Training must demonstrate the hazards of operating certain machinery, like stone cutters and splitters, as well as how to use them appropriately. It's important to verify that your landscape contractor has taken the necessary steps to fully train its personnel and that the appropriate safety precautions are in place.
Check the specific regulations for your area, and verify that your contractor has the necessary licenses. These may include a state contractor's license, pesticide license, CDL driver's license and license to sell and purchase nursery stock.
Landscape work is not cheap, so it's in your best interest to make sure that it's done to your requirements and that you get the best contractor to do the job. Homeowners should know how much they'll need to pay for the contractor's service as well as how they will be billed for this work. Ask about any design fees, if quoted prices are fixed or estimates, and what the payment process will be. Clarifying these items in the beginning will prevent any surprise expenses.
Yes. Homeowners should require that the contractor submit certificates verifying compliance with safety, insurance, workers' compensation and drug and alcohol testing programs. This will give you peace of mind that the contractor has gone through all the steps under industry regulations.
Yes. Every good contractor should have a list of recently completed jobs that you can see in their portfolio. They should also have a list of references that you can contact, or properties that you can see in person.

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