Yesterday went well on blowouts even though I couldn’t partake because of another ablation job on my spine. One more on the left side, and then one each on the left and right side of my neck and I will be golden, hopefully. Hoping it lasts for a few years or more before it has to be done again. Jacob and Jesse even managed to pull of two together in the 83646 yesterday.
Don’t forget, this time of year we make only ONE attempt only. If gates are locked, or we can’t find valve boxes because they haven’t been uncovered, we are finished with that address. Knowing we are going to be there leaves no excuses to not be prepared. Everyone in the areas we will be in today have been sent an email and a text letting them know we are coming.
Where will we be you might ask? All over the place. Jesse will be working ALL the remaining Boise zip codes, and then heading to do part or all of the Nampa 83687 time permitting. Jacob will be in Eagle, Garden City, and then will start at the bottom of our route in the 83686 (1 blowout) and working through the Nampa 83651. I will be starting in Caldwell and working through the top of my route in the 83651. It will be a highly organized, but very hectic day for all of us as we scramble to finish up this last bunch of sprinkler blowouts. We currently have 110 in all areas. As we work our way around the valley if the day is going well and we have time to spare we will hit upon areas that have not been notified to see what we can get done. If we find locked gates on those we haven’t notified, we will try again since they weren’t given the opportunity to make sure we have access. Any that have been notified and have not left access will be taken off our list for the season. If there are any by chance that does not get done today they will be taken care of when we do our final sweep through the valley.
Since we intend to finish (hopefully) the areas in each zip code, we don’t have a need to post streets we will be on. IF by chance it is the end of the day and yours hasn’t been done, check with me to make sure we have you in our database. We have a few we had needed to add in because they either put the wrong address that doesn’t exist or incorrect zip code. It doesn’t happen very often because we do ask you to double-check your information when you get your confirmation email.