Stop treading water! Do more than the bare minimum by hiring out.

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I recently decided to hire a maid.  I’m totally capable of cleaning my own home. The fact of the matter is though at the end of the day, after I’ve been working 8+ hours, I want to spend my time outside–at least during Summer.  However, as soon as I start thinking about the weeds I want to pull or the blueberry bushes I want to plant, I get caught up thinking that I also need to cook dinner soon, which ...

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Document Security & How it Effects Backflow Tracking

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We’re working on some exciting document security enhancements to ensure we continue to lead the industry in electronic data transmission. Our team is continuing to work diligently to release those.

In the meantime, I wanted to talk about how document safety has changed over the years… And how it’s both easier & more difficult to ensure you’re keeping all your information secure now that we live in a digitally connected world.

Document Security used to be simple

Before computers & the internet, the ...

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Make your Summer enjoyable and safe!

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Summer is officially here!

This is my favorite season for many reasons: barbecues with friends, swimming, gardening in warm weather to name a few.  To make sure that this summer is safe and enjoyable, consider some of these tips and habits!

Bugbites-Ouch!

From mosquitoes to bee stings, insects can be quite the nuisance! Keep your evening backyard picnics more pleasant by lighting citronella tiki torches and candles. They aren’t foolproof, but they do help some.

Make sure to keep calamine ...

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NFPA 2016 Conference & Expo – Las Vegas

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The 2016 NFPA Conference & Expo in Vegas was the first conference I’ve attended as part of Syncta. It was a great experience and a good way to expand my knowledge in the fire safety arena – an area I’m relatively unfamiliar with in comparison to the rest of the backflow industry.

It’s a big conference! I didn’t expect that! I’ve been to the Mandalay Bay conference center in the past but I haven’t seen as much of the space used ...

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Why are there so many backflow test forms?

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As a company focusing on simplifying backflow testing, we come across a lot of backflow reports. A lot. When I initially started looking into versions of backflow test forms I figured there might be some differences, but that they would all be relatively similar. A tweak here, a slight change here–after all, the EPA requires the same information from any given area in the country. It made sense that there might even be one universal form for all backflow testing. ...

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