It’s almost May – Keep your Workers Healthy & Happy during Peak Season.

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I cannot believe that May is just around the corner. As a kid, I’d make funnels out of bright construction paper and fill them with wildflowers and weeds, and hang them on my neighbors doorknobs on May Day: an attempt at a May Day Basket. In other countries in the world, May Day is recognized as a Workers’ Day. In the US, Labor Day is celebrated in September – which is probably better since May is smack-dab in the middle ...

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Creating Repeat Customers Year-Round

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Last night was one of the first times I’ve heard frogs croaking in my yard since last Autumn. It’s a good reminder that Spring, if not totally here, is definitely on its way. As irrigation workers and backflow technicians, it’s the time of year when things really start ramping up. At the end of a ten-hour day of manual labor, it can be hard to remember that there are days of calm – but now is the time to capture ...

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More Features For You! Clustered Pins, Invoices and More…

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Another feature blog so soon… Can it be true? πŸ™‚ Today I am following up on a feature mentioned in my last blog, outlining a few additions we made to invoices, and a couple extras.

Clustered Map Pins

This is the one I mentioned in my last blog.. it is now complete! I am sure many of you have already seen this on the maps.

This new features makes it easier to add stops on a route when they geolocate to the ...

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Fix a Leak Week!

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Did you know that across the US, leaks cause a waste of more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually? Yep! That’s a lot of water! This week is Fix a Leak week, so let’s take a look at simple ways to identify leaks, and how to remedy them.

Fix a leak week culprits – Do you have a leak anywhere?

The easiest way to check to see if you may have a leak is pretty straight-forward. Tell ...

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Are all customers created equally?

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I recently had a post about work worth losing. This is the other side of the coin: big customers worth seeking out.

Big Customers

Is your business seeking out the bigger customers? If not, it might be time to! Let me define “big” customers first. Those are the ones that have tens, hundreds, or even thousands of backflow devices to be tested yearly. Some examples of bigger customers include property management companies, home owner associations, large stores chains, or even military ...

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