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walker-talker
05-22-2003, 09:19 AM
Does one have to provide a SOS (statement of service) to a customer if you are not being paid for the application. I am going to apply round-up to cracks in a sidewalk for a commercial business that I mow for (should I get the job). I wrote down on the estimate that this service is at no charge. I am from the state of Kansas. I know different states have different regulations, but curious what you think. The customer did not care either way. I am only doing this to benefit myself and is not very much, thus the no charge.

What do you think?
MATT

philk17088
05-22-2003, 08:51 PM
You're being compensated for the whole job, whether you bill that service or not you need to be liscensed and insured for pesticide applications to be legit.

greenman
05-22-2003, 10:10 PM
I would say ,Yes. Even if its only for your records. Any chemical(s) applied should be logged, for your records.

LAWNGODFATHER
05-23-2003, 01:01 AM
Note on door, sign at entrance to drive, and record at office, even freebies.