I do see what you are saying. I should have added the only times we do this would be neighbors car parked on the street next to our customers. Or yes if in the driveway but then only those on zero lot sizes where we can stay on our customers property. We don't ever walk up into a neighbor's yard or drive to blow the dust off. If it's that far away I really don't see dust/grass being a real issue that far away. And we really do stay about 15 or so feet away from the vehicle as we walk around them to blow the dust off. But so far never had anyone say anything negative. I think we've had maybe two actually give us a thumbs up if they were already outside. At least I think it was a thumb and not a middle finger. LOL.I understand that you mean well by doing this, but if I saw someone waving a blower around my vehicle I think that may bother me if I didn't understand what was going on. I would think, what the heck is that guy doing to my vehicle and what did he shoot all over it that caused it to need blown off. I can see that escalating quicker than someone finding some dust on their car.
The content of this entire thread reminds me of the saying that "A person only has one chance to made their first impression".You don't have to talk to him, but you also don't need to act like you're putting down some harmless chemical that can't have an affect on people. I don't like the attitude that this stuff can't get in the air and bother people, it can, read the labels, the stuff isn't water.
Listen, I am not a spray guy, and i know plenty of us here are. I've had to file 2 complaints on a local farmer for douching my garden and yard during his 2 rounds of spray in the early spring. 2 years in a row. The farmer and spray company hate me, just like you hate the neighbor.
You do not have the right, or the privilege to spray if the chemical is drifting into a neighbors area and bothering him.
The best thing to do would be to explain the guy what you're putting down, that you do it all day everyday, and that you are on label and legal. That's it. If the approach is anything like what some of these guys are saying, you're going to create a backlash. Ignoring, running away, or being a jerk after you've just treated a neighboring property, doesn't help. If he needs to file a complaint, tell him to call the dept or agriculture and go from there. In this case, he won't have anything on you so there is really no reason.
People have a good reason to be concerned about pesticide application, 50% of the guys applying here are belligerent.
I know organic farmers and they have a right to be able to eat their veggies without pesticides on them, if it's drifting, or if there's residual in the soil, they are advised to approach the applicator and get their info. Many of them have it so that nothing within a certain distance can be sprayed, and that can have an affect on neighboring properties.
I flagged it. Google is taking their sweet time to review it. It’s definitely a cheap shot at us!I’d contact google
It’s not an honest review
She hasn’t used your service or contacted you for service.
That’s like if I gave you a bad review and said “they have blue trucks- 1 Star”
I wouldn't be concerned if you're page has many honest reviews, I think people who check out businesses online are aware of crackpots.I flagged it. Google is taking their sweet time to review it. It’s definitely a cheap shot at us!
We don’t have a lot of reviews since it’s not that big of a deal in our rural area, but it does drag our rating down considerably.I wouldn't be concerned if you're page has many honest reviews, I think people who check out businesses online are aware of crackpots.
Or have fun with it, can you leave a reply comment? It's my understanding that if you have lasting headaches that can't be treated with essential oils you probably have autism.