Hey guys, just want to hear what you guys think about my situation involving seeding and mulching a yard. We were contacted about installing a new yard. Its right at 95000 sq. ft. We tucked dirt in all around the building, sidewalks. driveway, and retaining walls. Then Harleyraked all dirt in areas to be seeded, spread fert and a little lime. Broadcasted the seed, rolled and dragged the area. Then we blew mulch over the whole thing. A total of about 180 bales of straw. I told them that we needed to get that mulch watered down so it would better establish itself down and stay while wetting the seed, to get this lawn off and running. Well this is an all new place of business and they hadnt yet had the water hooked up to the outside faucets therefore could not get any water on anything. Now we had a week later, a heck of a wind storm and a lot of the mulch blew off. About 50% of it. Now am I obligated in any way to fix this problem, or is it there baby. I quoted them two prices one for hydro-seed and one for broadcasting and blowing mulch down. They wanted the broadcast and mulch. When I sent in my bid I also sent along a letter stating how important it is to keep the top soil moist, until the grass has established itself. Anyway this is driving me nuts I feel like its my fault, however I cannot control the weather. I mean if you had somebody build you a house and the wind blew it down the builder could not take the blame. Please chime in on this and let me know what you think. Thanks inadvance.