hi all I have 4 high-end accounts in a HOA, cut on a weekly basis. They look pretty good. But always you can see clippings spread across the grass from where I side-discharge. I cut at around 3in high, certainly not more that 1/3 of the grass, but the clippings are still really visible and, with the grass starting to brown, it's getting really noticeable. The bulk of the clippings aren't visible in around 48 hr, but some brown clumps are still visible a week later, when I cut again. Not cool. Now, the company that cuts across the street from me also cuts around the same height, every week, and also side discharges. And I can never see any clippings!!!! So the grass looks more pro-cut. Frustrating. I cut with a Scag V-ride, they cut with Exmark riders. my property and theirs are same sort of grass conditions when we cut- dry, same height, they use more fertilizers I think, but that's about it. Are they using mulch blades, and then still side-discharging the remainder? Mulch blades always seem to make it harder for me, clog easier, etc. Are their blades 'heigh-lift" maybe? IDK Why do their lawns show no sign of clippings, even right after cutting, while mine are lying around everywhere, browning, and then just getting re-cut, with more brown, a week later? One the same line, could/ should I advertise for bagging on a weekly basis, and charge more for this? how many companies bag on a regular basis, or even, won't cut unless they bag? Pretty much, I'm just looking at putting the quality up a notch, and it's not going to work with grass clipping clumps visible while the property next door looks like no clippings are on it at all. Thanks for any help!