We are running two machines today! More on that further down.
Tuesday was pretty much a disaster for sprinkler blowouts. I know I say this every year, but the Meridian 83642 zip code area can be quite difficult. It is almost like there is a disconnect of some sort. I run ino more problems with customers not paying attention to their texts or our blog post in the 83642 than anywhere else in the valley. It turns out that way every year, and frankly, it has be puzzled as well as a little agitated. I spent more time going to homes that I couldn't access than time getting the job done at others. All those in the neighborhoods I was in yesterday that were ready and waiting patiently; I apologize.
I am going to make another pass through the Meridian 83642 today to reach the ones I missed yesterday, and then go to Nampa. HERE is where it might get a little confusing. I have an assistant with me today, so I am going to take care of some large acreages in Nampa in two different zip codes that are very difficult to do with one person. One in the 83686, and two or three in the 83687. If there is time left after making up for yesterday's rotten day, and the large Nampa properties, we will work some of the area around them. I am not posting a route, nor a text notification for Nampa because it will be too confusing to try and route. However, I plan on working the weekend in Nampa and Caldwell where I will be able to give some semblance of a route. There are more in both areas than can be done in a weekend, but I can make a good dent……
On a happier note, Unit #2 with Justin will be running in the Meridian 83646 to the map area shown below. There are more listed than can be finished in a day I believe, but let's see what happens. Ones that are missed will be made up another day. He will be starting on Beaham and ending on Carver. Carver, and the ones right before it are less likely to get done than those on the other end. My apologies, but I am sure Justin will do the best that he can. I picked this area for today because sprinkler blowout requests are quite crammed together in the area, which means more can be done in a amount of time, which will eventually help us get to everyone a little faster. This route is less than 5 miles total drive time and covers 19 sprinkler blowout requests!
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