I'm just curious how other LCO's handle the customers who call up saying " I Don't think the grass needs cut this week", when you know, you're going to have to double cut it the following week. I have a hand full of customers like this who either A: Try to save a little money, or B: Look at their sunbaked front yard, and fail to notice that their big backyard grows twice as fast and thick in the shade. I try to explain that even though it doesn't need it that badly this week, by the time I get back the following week, It will be high as a kite. I've asked this question to a friend of mine who also runs a LCO, and he said "I Cut it one time and leave all the clippings, this way, when they call, I can explain why it needs cut every week". I hate leaving anything looking bad, and I'm not sure if this is a good idea. But, I guess it would make the point. All I know is that with leaf season just starting, I do not want to waste extra time trying to get a yard back into shape from someone skipping a cut.