I shouldn't be surprised but sometimes I am still surprised by people. Few customers tip me, most do not. I do not expect it. It has always been a surprise when they do. Some offer a drink of water. Many do not. One lady gave me a chicken cutlet sandwhich! And all I was there for was the Spring startup. Some customers follow you around while they hold their cold drink and it's 90+ degrees and humid. Not even an offer of some water. Got a tip the other day, $20. On a Spring startup with one rotary head and one mist head replacement. The bill was less than $100. Modest neighborhood, retired folks too. Another job, $million-plu$ house, boatslip in the backyard on the water. Three hours of 12 zone startup and a ton of line breaks & head damage (they did not do fall blowout). Not even an offer for a drink of water. Growing up, if we had someone working at the house my parents gave them food and drinks. I'm, the same way. Whatever happenned to courtesy? How hard is it to offer a drink of water? How is it in your area?