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  1. Avoid that disaster project! It pains me to see what goes on in the landscape industry sometimes. This past week was one of those times. I went to a consultation visit to a fellow who was already $8,000 into a backyard project and was looking to alleviate some issues that project had caused. Landscape contractors are not hired to create new issues within the landscape. If a customer wants something that will cause an issue, it’s on us to inform them of it and steer them to something more problem-free. After all, we’re most often hired to come in and solve problems, not create them.

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