Sprinkler Blowouts In Boise 83704 Today

I worked my tail off yesterday to complete my current list of sprinkler blowouts in the 83716 zip code area, and managed to pull it off while even picking one up off the street.  27 blowouts completed yesterday, and when I got back to my office I found that 5 more from the same zip code had come in while I was working away.  Sadly, they will have to wait until I swing through the area again in a few weeks.

The weather is holding nicely.  Warm during the day, and a little chilly at night, and it looks it is going to stay that way for the next 2-3 weeks at least.  (That's as far ahead as I can see at this point)

I will be working in the 83704 today.  I could get close to finishing the entire zip code in two days, but there are several areas that I haven't been to yet, so I am going to make my rounds to the other areas and then return as I always do.

 

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    • Josh Prigmore
    • October 24, 2017
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    When do you plan on being in Kuna?   October's almost over. 

    1. Reply

      Yep, almost over.  Halloween in 6 days.  I’ll make it to Kuna like I always do and have done for 20 years and 15,000 sprinkler blowouts.  Not sure why the reference to October being almost over though.  Last year we did some sprinkler blowouts in the first week of December with snow on the ground.  Awesome site with the steam rising up off the snow………

    • Josh Prigmore
    • October 25, 2017
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    Do you want business or not?  I don't want to risk waiting until December unless you pay for blown pipes. Will you answer my questions or have you over booked yourself?

    1. Reply

      No one said you have to wait until December. I’m just saying I’ve done sprinkler blowouts in December with 13 degrees. I’ve not overbooked myself, the valley has overbooked itself. There are over 200,000 homes in ada and Canyon County that need  blown out every year. There are only about 50 or so technicians to do that. For that reason some people have to wait up to a month. Could you cancel and find someone else to come tomorrow? Possibly.  Someone signed up yesterday on my site and their blowout was done this morning because they were, lucky enough to be on the route I am on today. You may cancel if you wish. Make sure you re-read the terms of service you agreed to on how to do so so you are not charged. I used to worry about cancellations, but I don’t anymore. If people don’t wish to wait, that is their prerogative. For every cancellation I get I get 5 new ones within 15 minutes. 

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