Well, once again I went to do a bid at a house today, it was a total mess. In a nice neighborhood, nice side of town, sits that half a million dollar home with a yard that has gone crazy. Not to mention (while the owners are very nice people), they are also a little crazy for letting it get this way. All of the natural areas need cleaned out, rip wrap needs cleaned out, bushes need cut, and he wants to sign up for our weekly services. I told him it was no problem doing all of the work and that I would get back to him within 3 business days. The one thing he asked me to do, which I have of course included in my final price is hauling away junk from the backyard. He has an old grill, some hoses, a sink, and a couple of old trash cans just laying on the ground. My question to you all is: do you even deal with junk like this or do you tell them no, thats not for us? I felt like hauling away all the junk wouldn't really be a problem since we are going to be there doing a bunch of other things, but when do you draw the line on being a trash man? Oh, while I was there today I saw a nice big copperhead slither by me, this is going to be fun.