I’m glad you came out to fix the problems I listed. But get back out here and finish the job: sand and paint the patch in the hallway, caulk and paint the patch on the post on the porch, and put a drain pipe in my backyard! Yes, I know you told me that you don’t put drain pipes in and I can do it myself, but I saw you doing it in my neighbor’s yard for a drainage problem much less severe than mine. So yeah, that’s not going to work. And yeah, I know you don’t like when I call instead of going through the website, but I’m tired of the website because no one replies to me. So you’re going to keep getting calls from me. And one of you made the mistake of emailing me from a personal email instead of the website, so she’ll be getting regular emails from me too. And you know what will make them stop? You doing your job.
I’m on to you. I noted that the date of the complaint on my yard was the same day warranty reluctantly came out to my house. I also have pictures of my yard (pre mowing… which looks suspiciously similar to it post mowing since it was never long or raggedy) and the neighbor’s yard across the street. He has a forest on his lawn and didn’t get a notice. Why is that? Oh, that’s right, because you never cared about any yards in our development until I started my war with warranty. You can bet that I’m noting every house worse than mine and you’ll be hearing from me until they’re all addressed (and I don’t feel bad about it, because most of those neighbors are jerks). If you don’t believe, ask warranty. They’ve heard from me a couple times a week since May. Yep, screw with me because I asked you to do your job, and I’ll screw with you right back. You know how we could fix this? By you doing your job correctly.