That's why I asked this djagusch, with that big storm we had, the ground was barely frozen, and I tore up some turf on residentials. And for the guy that asked, there Is no charge for it. But if it were from a different company, depending on what the client wants, I'd maybe tell them to push the previous company to repair it or ill do it for my standard sod or seeding prices. I actually hit my next door neighbor's (full service maint) irrigation head and ripped the top of it off during the first storm. I'm definitely not happy about that but that's how it goes sometimes.
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