I start on his yard and he walks up and says the garbage man says the bags of leaves you leave are too big and too heavy so I have some bags here you can use. He hands me some non-tear-stop 1 mil 33 gal bags. "you can use these" I said sorry but I really have no way to fill those unless they will fit my barral, but I will be happy to dispose of your bags for $2 each. he said why would I do that I already pay for the garbage to pick them up. I told him I have neaver heard of a garbage company doing that. So I streached the bag over my can to it's limit and said I guess. Well, half the bags ripped and the other half took twice the time to do. He must have taken my comment as I thought he was lying to me not as I meant it meaning that he has an inferior garbage company because when I went to return the unused bags and rang the bell at both doors of the small house that 3 peope were in, no answer. Looks like a lost customer to bad communication. Later, I thought about asking the customer if he would ask his roofer to use his personal manual hammer since the flooring contractor inside did not like the compressed air sound of the workers hammer gun. Although this would probably make things worse. I should have just told him that his garbage company was offering inferior service compared to others I have seen and that I use specilized equipment that will not work with everyday materials. And suggest contacting his garbage company to cancel the leaf removal program and go with my leaf removal porgram. Any better ideas to confront this situation?