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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by sunray, Dec 5, 2006.
Heres a cleanup we did.
Nice, it looks like you could sell them on a power wash job.
Nice job! I bet the neighbors are very thankful.
that looks like a job I've got comming up here. I dont know how people can let places get that bad...
very fancy...how much did you charge for that job, if you dont mind?
This guy is a retired school teacher and georgia tech graduate, a really nice guy.
There are just some people out there that are wired differently.
The cleanup was 4800 the gravel and mulch was 4800 and the fence was 4200.
It took a week on the cleanup,one day on the gravel and mulch and a week and a half on the fence.
The inside of that house is just as nasty and stinks so bad you can not get closer than 10 feet to the door when it's open.
The county got after him about the place, I think they were going to condem it if he didn't clean it up.
I added a good bit to the cost just because of the working conditions.
after all this we got a once a weekly upkeep contract for the year. The neighbors said it had not been cleaned up in 25 years.
I dont understand the gravel? Why no lawn.
He did not want anything to grow, Little or no maintenance.
So we had it sprayed by scotts and graveled the whole are to prevent a mud hole.
The mulch area is to kinda soften the look and give his dogs a place to go.
He just drives his truck into the backyard and backs it up to the door.
Looks amazing, great job hell of a flip.
This is the kind of guy that really fits into society nicely...huh. Guess he wanted the big fence so he can start accumulated stuff without being seen. Our city beat a guy into the ground on a similar problem and eventually they leveled the home....big time legal battle.