It is none of their business when I work. They also seem very used to people watching them do their job as most people find it fascinating as was posted above.CobraKai wrote: ↑Thu May 02, 2019 11:51 amDoom&Gloom wrote: ↑Thu May 02, 2019 10:33 amIt is worth taking a day off to watch them to be sure the job is done exactly as you wanted. We have guys who have been cutting trees for us for nearly 20 years. They have never let me down, but I wouldn't think of not observing what they are doing.CobraKai wrote: ↑Wed May 01, 2019 11:44 pmHow do you get references? Find reviews online and contact them?
Stand there and watch them the whole time? Is this to make sure the job is done right? I figured they would do the job on a weekday on a day that I normally work, although I could take a day off of work or see if they can do the work on one of my off days.
In response to your other question, don't pay a cent until after the job is done to your satisfaction.Do you watch them the whole time? They don't ask you why you're not at work?HomeStretch wrote: ↑Thu May 02, 2019 10:55 amI watch especially if the crew is also trimming.
I find it interesting that you are spending so much time nailing down details that I have never even considered, but don't want to sacrifice a bit of time to ensure that you don't discover a surprise after you have paid them and they are gone. Puzzling.