Incoming sprinkler blowout orders are slowing down a little bit, but I expect them to pick up again once the temperature drops a little more. Some, who aren't familiar with the laws of physics think that as soon as the temperature drops to 32 degrees their sprinkler system freezes and is destroyed. That is not the case, but if it gets me more sprinkler blowouts, well, believe what you want. 🙂
I will be doing sprinkler blowouts in Meridian on Monday and Tuesday, and depending on how many more I get from Meridian I should about have Meridian wrapped up. Of course, I will take new sprinkler blowouts in Meridian for at least another week or so.
After my two days in Meridian I will be wrapping up some of the outer areas of the valley for a day and then heading back to Boise for a few days.
If you live in Meridian, leave your gates accessible, lock up dogs if they are aggressive or an escape risk, and leave access to your timers if possible. Leaving your payment would be great as well. I have over 40 sprinkler blowouts that customers haven't paid for yet. I do have to work for a living, so make sure you get your payments in quickly or leave it for me to find.