Plumbing is customer service

Posted by:

Jeremiah’s latest blog focused on part 2 of marketing your bft business online. So, now that you’ve (hopefully) set up your Yelp account—what do your reviews say about your business?

Backflow testing is typically done by a few different types of businesses. It’s likely you fall under the umbrella of landscaping/irrigation, plumbing, or fire safety. Most of these business aren’t “customer service” centric—or are they?

So what are the things that your customers could say about your business that you would ...

Continue Reading →
0

The different between phone screen size display and full-size computers: Syncta

Posted by:

Ensuring our application is accessible from any device

Today I wanted to talk a little bit about the difference between using Syncta on a mobile or tablet browser versus a full sized computer–be it PC or Mac. But first I want to talk a little bit about the Syncta Team’s mentality about our product. When we sat down to design a product, we made a list of things that we wanted to make sure our app had. We wanted ...

Continue Reading →
0

When insurance doesn’t cut it: Backflow Devices as Insurance

Posted by:

When flooding is preventative

Several years ago, my apartment was entirely flooded. Although it wasn’t a sewage flood,  I wish I had never had to deal with the events that followed, ranging from discussing things with insurance companies to replacing literally everything I owned. Alternating between staying at friend’s homes and motel rooms for several weeks while I waited for an apartment at my complex to open up was less than desirable.  I was able to rescue some of ...

Continue Reading →
0

Cause of Clean Water Act

Posted by:

When tragedy leads to regulation: The birth of the clean water act

The Federal Water Pollution Control Act of the US, better known as the Clean Water Act, was first introduced in 1948– the same year that individuals became aware of the toxicity of pollution. With 20 deaths in the town of Donora, Pennsylvania due to air pollution, people suddenly understood the horrific effect that pollution could cause. 60 years later, The New York Times described The Donora Smog as, ...

Continue Reading →
0

Time to Winterize Sprinklers: Cold weather is settling in

Posted by:

It’s already November? When did that happen?

As a kid, I counted the days from the beginning of school to my birthday in November, and each day seemed to creep by. I had two paper chains I made each September, one with links to tear off until my birthday, and another one I shared with my sisters to tear off  until Christmas break, when we could go sledding every day.

It seems though that no matter how hard I try these ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 13 of 14 «...1011121314