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by Jerry Everist on March 10th, 2015

Great new video.

I always encounter dogs when I am working, and my blood pressure always goes up.  I found this video and I think it is very important for you to watch.  It discusses some great signs to look for, ways to defend yourself and what to do in the event you get bitten.

I will always tell you this, if you don't feel comfortable entering a backyard or an area with a potentially dangerous dog, make a note in the incomplete workorder.  Notify the office so we can reschedule when a homeowner is there or the dog can be locked up.  Irrigation can wait. 

Please watch the video and fill out the form so we can document your training. 


by Jerry Everist on March 4th, 2015

New Link!

I have now added a link to the some safety training videos.  Please take the time to:

Clock into shop time, reference training and watch these videos.  They are more directed to the maintenance portion of the industry, but it still has the message of safety.



by Jerry Everist on February 18th, 2015

Please take a moment to watch this video.

Posted on April 27th, 2011

Some great easy things to think about when you start-up your irrigation system for the season.

Make sure you have water proof wire nuts at your valves. Corrosion can be a bad thing for your wire system. Corrosion can start from your valve connections and move all the way to your irrigation controller. This would render your wire run useless. Once you start up your system, check to see that you have some grease filled caps to protect the wire from water. Once the corrosion starts, you can't stop it.

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