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Your Pest Control Equipment - Most Problems Are Avoidable

Owning, running or managing a pest control business is hard enough without shooting yourself in the foot with equipment issues. Yet that is what so many in the pest control business do. We estimate that way more than 50% of pest control equipment problems are completely avoidable.Pest control sprayers are used hard every day and exposed to harsh [...]

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What is the Valve Packing Part of Your B&G Sprayer

Parts wear down with use or where they come into contact with harsh weed or pest chemicals. One part that you will have to replace on your B&G sprayer is called the Valve Packing. They are small Teflon donuts that prevent leaking. But over time with use there is normal wear and tear on this part causing it eventually to [...]

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Think Up A Good Name - Win A Birchmeier Backpack!

We need your help!  Help us name our Power Sprayer Guarantee and you could win a Birchmeier Backpack or a B&G Sprayer - absolutely free! At Qspray.com, we build great power sprayers and we stand behind them.  We have the industry's only MONEY BACK GUARANTEE on our most-popular pest control sprayers and weed control sprayers. For 90 days, if [...]

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Power Spray Rigs - Why Do Some Cost More Than Others?

At Qspray.com we sell a lot of pest control spray rigs and weed control sprayers.  I talk to lots of company owners and buyers.   I am amazed at home many purchasers of power sprayers don't ask enough questions or who's only question is "How much does it cost?"  If that is the primary question, there is [...]

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Pest / Weed Spray Equipment – Ignoring Problems is Expensive

Many of the pest control equipment & weed spray equipment problems we see in our repair shop are significantly worse than they need to be. In too many instances, spray techs have ignored problems in the hope that they will go away. As a business mentor once told me, “hope is not a strategy”. Spray equipment problems can be [...]

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Malware: What You Need to Know for Your Small Business

A very sobering Symantec study found that 40 percent of more than 1 billion cyberattacks prevented in 2012 were committed against small businesses. TheNational Cyber Security Alliance revealed that one in five small businesses fall victim to cybercrime each year—and that number is rising.An even more alarming statistic is that approximately 60 percent of those businesses fail within six months [...]

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225 Gallon Dual Reel Utility Bed Mounted Weed Spray Rig

NIce  weed control sprayer mounted in a utility bed for a landscape client. 225 Poly Leg Tank Honda Engine Hypro 8-Roller Pump Dual Cox Hose Reels - for maximum productivity We mount the reels on the toolbox to save bed space.   This is a  component mount sprayer.  There is no frame/skid.  For this application, the frame adds almost no value so we [...]

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Terrible Technician - Offends in So Many Ways

Thanks for Ryan S. for sharing this terrible technician horror story:      We had a technician at my prior company go to a customer's house for regular pest control service.The wife was at home by herself. The technician asked the customer where her husband was (he was at work). Technician stated that if he [...]

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Can I Use my B&G Sprayer to Spray Bleach?

Can I use my B&G Sprayer to spray bleach? One quick look at these photos gives you the answer.  HELL NO! A client recently came in needing B&G replacement parts for his B&G sprayer.  He told us he used the B&G Sprayer to spray bleach.  The bleach turned the brass green and ate through the B&G Valve Extension.  Interestingly, it disolved [...]

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400 Gallon Weed Spray Rig Designed for Maximum Productivity

We built this 400 Gallon Weed Control Spray Rig for Roadrunner Public Health of Albuquerque, NM.  Roadrunner won the City contract to spray all the alleys in the City.  That's hundreds of miles of alleys.  They needed a Weed Control Sprayer that would allow them to quickly, productively and cost-effectively spray all those alleys. After a number of [...]

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