Are Your First Impressions First-Rate?


Business Articles
Let’s talk about your green industry company’s first impressions… Even if you think your company does a pretty good job managing this all-important step, you’ve probably not given it all the attention it deserves. In this article, let’s look at just one aspect of this process: the way your telephone is answered. Experts agree that how your telephone is answered at your small business can increase or decrease the possibility of gaining new customers.   More
 
Monday, June 15, 2015

Building a Sustainable, Competitive Advantage in a Multicultural Workplace


Business Articles
My partner Chip and I had just landed a large installation project for a new restaurant chain that was building several locations throughout our city, Nashville, Tennessee. However, at that time, our company consisted of only two men, just Chip and I.   More
 
Wednesday, January 15, 2014 BRYAN CLAYTON

Understanding Back Flow


Backflow
When you turn on the tap, the last thing you expect to see is worms. Yet that’s what one Michigan homeowner got when a malfunctioning lawn sprinkler coupled with a water main break sucked nematodes into his water system. there they were, alive and swimming around in the bathtub he’d just filled for his child.   More
 
Monday, October 14, 2013 MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS-VILLANO

Case Study: Wire and Valve Locator


Miscellaneous
IN 1983, WHEN THE IRRIGATION industry was still very young, Dave Kredit went to work with his father at Kredit Lawn Sprinkler and Outdoor Lighting in Phoenix, Arizona.    More
 
Tuesday, May 1, 2007 JULIE CLINE

The Mysterious Ohm Meter


Miscellaneous
My colleagues always joke, "If you ask Joe what time it is, he'll tell you how to build a watch!" This quip by my buddies in the office is partly true. I’ve been working in my present job for many years and seem to have developed quite a following among our contractors. They call with all sorts of problems, with the hopes of stumping me in the process.    More
 
Monday, January 18, 2010 JOE GOLSON

Can You Believe That Gauge?


Pipe & Fittings
Using a gauge provides us with a measure of pressure in the system. Generally, we expect to see a steady reading, but what does the gauge with a pointer that is unsteady mean? The unsteady or flickering needle shows that the system is seeing rapid changes in pressure. These rapid pressure changes, over time, can lead to failure of the pipes, fittings, or other components.   More
 
Thursday, September 23, 2010 LARRY WORKMAN

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