Introducing Rick – Our New Sales Executive

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Hi There,

I’m Rick Abbott. I was recently hired in the sales team to bring Syncta into the lives of all those hard-working backflow testers trying to dig themselves out of the frustrations and hassles of processing paper tests.

Back in 2001, I became a Chicago suburb transplant (Go Bears!) to the Portland, Oregon metro area (Oregon City). The Northwest is ...

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Preparing Your Lawn for the Winter

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For many homeowners, as the temperatures begin to cool in the fall, our focus turns to indoor home improvement projects. But before you put your mower and garden tools away for the season, there are several things you can do to get your lawn ready for the colder months. And with a little work now, your lawn will be in great shape in the spring.

Rake Those Leaves

In parts of the country that have seasons, those colorful autumn leaves eventually end ...

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Meet Van – Our Newest Team Member!

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Hello, I am Van and a new member to the Syncta team working as a Customer Success Representative.

I have been working in the Customer Experience role for over 10 years and have participated in Customer Support, Account Management and Project Startups. I have a great knack for troubleshooting and resolving issues, and can pretty much get along with ...

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Adventures in Irrigation

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As I talked about during my first blog post last summer, I’ve spent a lot of time over the past few years troubleshooting irrigation issues in my yard. Before moving into my home six years ago, I had no idea what could, and often does go wrong with sprinkler systems. All I can say is I’ve learned a lot.

Need to Replace a Sprinkler Head? No Problem!

It all started when a helpful family member offered to mow my lawn for ...

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Preventing Frozen Pipes

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Here in western Oregon we’re used to fairly mild winters. Low temperatures dip into the low 30s, but we don’t often experience the bitter cold that’s the norm in the Midwest and Northeast this time of year. After a ½ inch of snow shut down most area schools yesterday, we’re back to normal after what many jokingly called the “snow-pocalypse.”

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