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Your B&G Termite Rods - 5 Tips to Reduce Problems & Extend Termite Rod Life

Your B&G Termite Rods - 5 Tips to Reduce Problems & Extend Termite Rod Life B&G termite rods are the industry standard termite injection tools. These tools are not cheap.  Our termite equipment repair shop sees lots of problems with termite tools, many of them are avoidable.Here are 5 tips to ensure you continue getting your [...]

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Pest & Weed Control Power Sprayers - Anticipate Problems to Prevent Downtime

Are you (or your spray technicians) looking for and anticipating problems with your pest control sprayers?  This can save you a lot of time and money.  Here's an actual example:Customer brought their pest control power sprayer in for us to service the pump.  One of our mechanics immediately noticed something wasn't right.One of the supply hoses was [...]

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Watch the Pressure! Don't Over Pressurize Your Sprayers

Most of us can relate to feeling pressure on us but what I want to talk about how we can take the pressure off our spray equipment. We find that a lot of times technicians like to turn up the pressure! We understand why they may do this...it gets the job done a little faster. We [...]

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Clean the Debris Out of Spray Equipment and Save Time & Money

Everyone can probably relate to clogged sink drains. Soap and other debris will build up over time, water starts to drain slower and slower until you need to call in the plumber to snake the drain clean. It’s a relatively simple fix while not always convenient. With commercial spray equipment this is a fix you want to [...]

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Why Filtration is Critical in Weed Control and Pest Control Sprayers

Check the filter. Check the filter. Check the filter! I know that seems redundant, but we know it bears repeating. And then we repeat it again. Because with all our experience in our shop we know that as much as technicians say “I checked the filter!” and “Yup, boss, cleaned the filter” ...they don’t! We can [...]

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Pest / Landscape Equipment Safety - Is it Secured?

Equipment Security is Critical to Your BusinessThis short video explains some of the risks you may be exposed to if you are not properly securing yoru pest control equipment or your landscape equipment.Remember - just because it is in the truck doesn't mean it is secure!Be sure to check your pest control equipment before driving off.Don’t [...]

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Quality Equipment is now the Authorized Permagreen Repair Facility in Arizona

Great news.  Quality Equipment & Spray has been selected by Permagreen to be their authorized repair facility in the Phoenix Arizona Area.Details:Authorized Permagreen Arizona Service Center - PhoenixWe are authorized by Permagreen to service your Permagreen Stand-On Spreader Sprayer.Quality Equipment & Spray2016 W. North LanePhoenix AZ 85021Call for service appointment: (602) 371-1993Don't let your Permagreen Spreader [...]

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Bad Spray Equipment Design Leads To Tank and Pump Troubles

We’re going to get a bit technical here but, it’s because we are spray equipment experts. We stay up late at night thinking of problems and how you’d have to deal with them when we design rigs for our clients spray equipment. Thankfully, we see a lot of terrible design ideas to teach us [...]

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Need Easy Access to Spray Equipment Filters

We touched on this topic in our sixth video in this seminar, the importance of filter placement. We have a few other videos covering the same idea with different equipment parts. It’s clearly something we can’t stress enough – DESIGN MATTERS!  Think through all your steps: How will I clean this?, How will we repair this? [...]

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Don't Forget the Pest Control PPE

Great article in PCT Magazine (by Allen Fugler) recently about ensuring that pest control technicians remember to use their pest control PPE, specifically eye protection.  The article states that, "More than 800,000 people sustain eye injuries at work each year in the United States".  This is scary stuff. I won't reiterate the entire article here, but I [...]

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