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Spray Equipment Tips - Power Sprayer Fittings Are Small But Matter Big

Spray Equipment Tips - Power Sprayer Fittings Are Small But Matter Big

Posted by Andrew Greess on Jul 8th 2018

Pest / Landscape  Power Sprayers - Watch the Little Stuff When looking at your existing  Pest Control Sprayer or considering purchasing a new Weed Control Sprayer, don't just look at the expensive parts like Pump, Motor, Reel, etc. Look at everything. It all matters.   This short video explains how something as s […]
Spray Equipment Safety Should Be Top Priority

Spray Equipment Safety Should Be Top Priority

Posted by Andrew Greess on Jun 28th 2018

There are a number of things discussed that you, as the boss or as the technician, can do to help  prevent and minimize safety risks and equipment failure. Everyday before you leave, perform safety checks on the condition of your equipment. Check for any signs of leaks, wear on your hoses and fix any issues no matter how small, before you […]
Spray Equipment Tips - Clean Out Sprayer Tank for Better Productivity

Spray Equipment Tips - Clean Out Sprayer Tank for Better Productivity

Posted by Andrew Greess on Jun 27th 2018

Spray Equipment Video Tips #1 - Clean Out That Tank for Easy Productivity This is a new feature. Quick video tips to help you with your landscape, weed control and pest control spray equipment. We want to help you: - Reduce Spray Equipment Downtime - Boost Spray Equipment Productivity - Extend Spray Equipment Life - Improve Spra […]
Dual Tanks for Termite Pretreat Productivity

Dual Tanks for Termite Pretreat Productivity

Posted by andrew greess on Jun 24th 2018

Dual Tank Termite Pretreat Sprayer we recently built for SOS Exterminating/Terminix.Terminix told us what they wanted in their termite pretreat sprayer and we built it.  With 1000 gallons and a monster diaphragm pump, this baby is built for making fast work of termite pretreats jobs.  This is important because the key to making a lar […]
Chemical Spills Due to Hose Issues

Chemical Spills Due to Hose Issues

Posted by Andrew Greess on Jun 22nd 2018

Literal wear is what is going to take out your hoses! Rubbing against the gate of a truck as its being wound. Does it bump against your reel just enough to cause enough friction to wear down the covering over time? Can your hose be snagged while driving? If you think you can answer yes to any of these scenarios then you'll likely lose a hose […]
Proper Chemical Protection and Cleaning Are So Important

Proper Chemical Protection and Cleaning Are So Important

Posted by Andrew Greess on Jun 22nd 2018

Safety is free, don't use it sparingly. It's the law to use PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) while we are spraying on a job, but it's before the job starts in our trucks and after the job is done that we could always use some extra help remembering ways to stay healthy and safe. Clean equipment after leaks and other forms of contamination. Us […]
Chemical Spill Prevention

Chemical Spill Prevention

Posted by Andrew Greess on Jun 22nd 2018

We've all heard the saying "Don't put off to tomorrow that you can do today." It's true in all areas of life, but especially handy to remember when thinking about any equipment leaks. If it's leaking – it's bad. If it's leaking slow now, it's not going to stop – it will get worse. No matter if it's chemical, water, gas or oil – it shouldn […]
Best Way to Prevent Chemical Leaks

Best Way to Prevent Chemical Leaks

Posted by Andrew Greess on Jun 22nd 2018

What is the actual  true cost of a shut off valve? Some would argue just $5 or $10 dollars. Some would argue maybe $100 to build a quality fitting with shut off valve. Andrew Greess, of Qspray, could argue that it could potentially cost you hundreds of dollars if you do it cheaply. Because the chances are you will have a leak or if you h […]
Great Pest Control Marketing Can Be Free - Make Lemonade

Great Pest Control Marketing Can Be Free - Make Lemonade

Posted by andrew greess on Jun 10th 2018

Great Pest Control Marketing Doesn't Have to Cost You a FortuneCheck out this great example from Kraft Heinz, which owns Country Time Lemonade.Someone in their marketing department read an article about a little kid's lemonade stand that got shut down by the local police because the kids didn't have a permit.  Kraft did a little research and f […]
Job Site Safety Tips to Help Avoid Injuries

Job Site Safety Tips to Help Avoid Injuries

Posted by Andrew Greess on May 24th 2018

Hazards don't reach out and tap you on the shoulder before you're about to fall over them. Take a minute or two to check the job site for hazards, kid's toys, dogs. We have a lot of things to contend with going onto a job site, not looking for the hazards that might be lurking is just unnecessary.  We've heard of technician's walking […]