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We wanted to take this opportunity to share an email we got from a customer about Matt Johnson, our Territory Manager for the north central US.
Temperatures are dropping, reminding us that Old Man Winter is just around the corner. Your jetter is a significant investment in your business, and winter can be rough on it. That's why it is important to follow proper winterization procedures.
Spartan Tool machines are built to last. Make sure yours work for years to come by following these tips for drain cleaning machine maintenance from Jason Robey, Spartan Tool Territory Manager.
Toilets are know for things going down them. But occasionally, things come up. Here are 5 creatures that have been found in toilets.
The Model 300 has many great features -- but there's one you may not know about. It makes the Model 300 even more versatile, allowing you to do more jobs, more easily.
Smith’s Sewer Service Inc. was founded by Don Smith’s grandfather. Smith got his start working in the business as a child, when he would help his father by carrying his tools on the job. Smith took over the company as president in 1969, and they plan to be in business for many years to come.
It’s frustrating—for some reason your Model 1065 just won’t feed out its cable. You’ve already checked out the usual suspects —the power feed, the inner drum assembly, whether or not your cable is kinked—but none of these solve the problem. No matter how much you fight it, the drum just doesn’t spin or spins hard as your cable binds up against it, keeping your machine out of the field and costing you time and money.
Minuteman Sewer & Drain Cleaning’s motto is “We open drains others can’t.” General Manager Jon Finney has been with the company for 19 years. During that time, he’s come to depend on Spartan Tool equipment to help Minuteman deliver on that promise.
Why should people consider a career in drain cleaning? That question is best answered by the people currently on the job. When asked, those people working in the industry cited several benefits: good pay, college degree not needed, the potential to run your own company, and a recession-proof industry among other reasons.
Brent Bogan has had an interesting career in plumbing. As a plumber by trade, he was contracted through KBR, a provider of professional services, to work in the Middle East. During his three years overseas, Bogan became the top plumber in Basrah, working for the Special Forces and Navy Seals.
Josh Shelton didn’t think he wanted to be a plumber when he was young. His dad opened a plumbing business in 1983, but Josh wasn’t sure he wanted to pursue plumbing as a career. After trying several different career paths and not finding something he loved, he began to appreciate the job security he saw his father enjoy in the plumbing industry.