I would be glad if you could get on that for me. Lol. Just started my third season this year. We've been growing at a good pace. I'm expecting this to be my full time career within the next couple of years. Then I'll be buying more cougar paw pads.
Cougar Paws for sure. Preferably the ankle high boots. They have more stability and they're more comfortable. I had my last pair for 5 years before I bought another pair. I switch out the pads on bottom 1-2 times through the season. Highly recommended!
I'm looking for more gpm and distance. Ill do a test swaping out all the variables one at a time and record gpm and distance. I'll post back on here the results. Might even do a video. Also yes I'm running a fatboy 7gpm. According to this flow rate calculator http://irrigation.wsu.edu/Content/Calculators/Residential/Garden-Hose-Flow.php The 5/8" will give you a full 7gpm at 200' and 60psi. 1/2" hose at the same specs only giving 3.8gpm... what a difference
I'm switching from my 1/2" Kuritec to 5/8" hose. I'm also switching out all the hose barbs to 5/8" so it's compatable with the hose. I have a 1/2" drop stick. My question is; should I swap that out with a 5/8" drop stick? Will this make a difference with gpm?
I'm hiring 2 full time employees this year. I know I have to get workers comp and unemployment insurance. My employees will only be seasonal at 6months a year. Will they be able to claim unemployment in the fall? Do I have to pay more than what my insurance covers if they do claim unemployment? Also, is there anyway to avoid this?
Same here in Fort Wayne,IN. 60's all week almost 70 Wednesday, we're breaking records for February! Lol. Our season starts mid April and usually ends late October/early November. This season is going to be a good one for us. I've received calls in Jan and Feb and have 8 jobs booked for April already. The rest will start pouring in March and April. I'm projecting between 20-30 jobs scheduled before the season starts. Can't complain about that. Then when that starts it just keeps rolling. Glad to hear your seasons starting off well American Pro