In North Georgia, we see a good number of properties that have split lawns. This usually means warm season in the front and cool season in the back. Normally Bermuda and Fescue. This is because builders are too cheap to sod the entire lot, or there is too much shade in the back to support Bermuda. Something tells me that most of you would blow a gasket trying to service properties like this. It is indeed a pain because with warm season and cool season in the same lawn, you almost never can apply the same product in the same visit. In fact it is a challenge to manage both with only 7 visits per season. The only way to manage them properly is to have about 10 visits per year, but most people won't pay that. My only solution thus far was to put a 12% upcharge on any split lawn due to the logistics involved.