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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by scagboy227, Sep 4, 2005.
Do you mow on sundays?
Also if you do does your customers get mad?
Very rarely....And never before noon.
I do all my doctor and dentist offices on Sundays. In my contracts it states I reserve the option to mow on Sundays due to rain, no one seems to have a problem with the possibility of an occasional mowing on Sunday.
only if it rains wednesday, thursday, friday, and saturday !!!! just kiddin
only mine if i have too if it does rain that much then i have a couple of days to rest and get ready for the next week
Very rarely and it is a have to situation. Most of my clients would not be pleased about it and I have some that Im sure would tell me to come back another day no matter how bad it needs mowing.
In 7 yrs of business, we've probably only worked 3 Sundays ever. It's the one day that we do our best to never work.
only the commercial properties
Same here. I also tell them what times I'll mow.
Same here, once in 4 years I worked on a sunday BUT here's my rule:
- NO fuel driven equipment runs on sundays.
Thus on sundays I may be found doing maintenance, washing the truck + trailer, and sometimes I go out in my car to do some weeding or an estimate I find is ok, too.
I'm part time, and as Sunday is one of my days off, I don't hesitate to work on Sunday if weather or other problems causes me to need to. In fact, will probably go mow one this aftenoon close to my home.