My very first customer lives across the street from me. Well, she is out of state for a few weeks on vacation. Before she left, she hired a contractor to build a new deck in her back yard. A few days after she left, he came by and tore the old deck down and hauled away all the old lumber. This was a little over 2 weeks ago. In the meantime, he brings the new load of lumber and dumps it right in the middle of the back yard. You know what has happened now?? Yep, DEAD GRASS! There was plenty of room to stack the lumber in the driveway, which meets up with the back yard. So, he could have put it there and probably would only have had to walk an additional 60 feet or so. This aggrivates me, because I work hard to make that lawn look good, and now it has a big dead spot right smack dab in the middle of the yard. The longer it sits there, the worse it is going to get. This is probably the worst possible time to try to make new grass grow, too. To top it all off, all he has managed to complete in 2 1/2 weeks time is the outer framework of the deck. That was only about 3 hours of work total. I am willing to bet that this stuff wouldn't be going on if the homeowner was home. Any of you guys ever had anything like this happen.