Hey guys/gals I'm having a problem! I just scalped the lawn of a new client last week. Thursday we had a day long worth of rain. It was a pretty good down pour and it was off and on all day long. Today I went to give an estimate in the same subdivision and I notices that the rain had caused clippings from the lawn to pool up into different areas of the lawn. It really looked bad. I did everything that was supposed to be done to the lawn. I cut it low and collected all of the clippings and hauled them away. I don't know where the clippings came from. This account is in a prime spot. Its at the entrance where all of the residents have to pass by it. I was planning on doing little extra on the lawn to make sure its extra nice in attempts to draw in more accounts. It also looked as if my client had tried to rake these clipping into a pile. I hate when a client has to do work in there lawn when they are paying us to maintain it. What can be done to correct this problem? And what will you say to your client about this? Let me know what you'll think.