Well...it was peaceful before the neighbors moved in....lol.
Our first contact with these neighbors was them asking if we wanted to go "half-sies" on the fence. We did not, and they proceeded to tell us the fence was going ON the property line. I mentioned I wouldn't go for that, then this BP engineer of 30 years tried to sell me how the property line was indicated on the Plat by "GPS coordinates." Now...not even our military can get accuracy down to the inch! So they have tried telling several lies.
Next the fence was to go 4 inches in from the property line...instead they installed it right up to the property line...and in doing so the crew goofed in one corner by an inch or two.
As I was stringing a line when their installers were out there, the neighbor's wife started yelling at me, " why are you so concerned, mind your own business, why don't you get a job." In a strong accent (no offense to anyone.) Thankfully, during this economy....I have a job, but what if I didn't? How terribly rude was this woman?
Then when I was talking to the installers IN my yard, and the yexplained how they tried to set the fence back, only to be brow beaten by the neighbors, the wife comes around the corner screaming, " Don't you talk to him...I pay you, I pay you...He not pay you, don't talk to him!"
Oh if I only had a tv camera rolling!
So the "making peace" ship has sailed! lol.
These are the worst neighbors I have ever experienced. They wouldn't listen to me when I said the tree couldn't handle 3 branches to be lopped off like they wanted....they just kept restating "what needs to be done" to me. I consulted 4 arborists, yet they said I was "stalling" and I was to forward my information to them (this was dictated to me, while they were standing in my yard without permission with their fence installers...lol.
So, yes....they aren't invited to any birthday parties!
Obviously, they only got an arborist so I would let them into my yard...since when I first met them...they had their unqualified landscapers saying it was their right to trim to the property line.