Sabrina Amendola is the Executive Assistant and HR Manager at Sprayer Depot. She's responsible for a wide variety of information management and administrative support for the company. This includes working with accounting, the Leadership Team and other departments. In addition, Sabrina oversees all HR tasks including benefits management and onboarding new employees.Read More
Sprayer Depot Blog
At Sprayer Depot we take pride in the fact that our team is not only friendly and easily accessible but also highly knowledgeable about our product lines, all things spray equipment and all sorts of other information that can help you make informed decisions about your spray equipment and how to use it most efficiently.Read More
Sprayer Depot is committed to not only quality spray equipment products, but quality customer service. We remain dedicated to a set of core values that inspires everything we do.
The satisfaction of our customers matters to us. We realize that hard-working people want reliability and care from those they do business with so we've instituted core values that are the very foundation of all that we believe in:
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Contributed by Guest Blogger: Martin McGuane, owner and operator of McGuanes Landscaping and Tree Service, Enfield CT
In the landscaping industry, one of the biggest business expenses is for trucks and equipment; every landscaper wants brand new, shiny trucks and equipment.
While the temptation to buy all new equipment and trucks is there, it’s important to take a close look at the dollars and sense of buying new or used.
You have been working hard and your spray equipment has already logged many hours
in the field. However, in many parts of the country, busy season has yet to peak. In the crunch of meeting customer demand, it can be easy to place equipment maintenance on the back burner, but this is the one task you can't afford to miss.
Sprayer Depot recently introduced a new video series called “Tuesday Spray Tips”, specifically designed to share spray equipment information in 30 seconds or less, twice a month. We are so excited about the response to the new videos, we are tipping our hats off to each and every one of our customers who has watched, shared, liked and commented on the videos. Thanks for your support!
Just in case you’ve missed them, we will share a brief recap every month where you’ll have the opportunity to get caught up and watch the videos. (Or just watch them all over again!)
Let’s take a look at May’s Tuesday Spray Tips videos:
We started off with a short video showcasing one of our recent custom-built sprayers. The Kings Sprayers 200 Gallon Hot Water Pressure Washer Sprayer features a hot water heater making it great for sanitizing and debris removal. It can be used in truck beds, utility vehicles, boats, and trailers. There is no clean up job too difficult for this sprayer! Check it out:
This has been quite the warm winter for most of our customers. With temperatures breaking all-time record highs in many places, it seems like summer is closer than it should be. It may feel like just yesterday we were emphasizing the importance of winterizing your spray equipment, but with such a mild winter we thought it may be the perfect time for a quick checkup!
Make the most out of the higher than usual January temperatures by checking on your equipment. It’s good to start your sprayer at least once before spring (as long as temperatures are mild) so go ahead and pull that sprayer out of storage and also grab the following items:Read More
Winterizing your sprayer is not an option, it's a requirement. Before winter starts or after the end of spraying season, make sure you winterize your sprayer before you put it away. We know we constantly talk about seasonal maintenance but we just can't stress it enough, performing regular maintenance will ensure a long life for your sprayer.
In this short Q&A, we answer the most common sprayer winterization questions we receive from customers.Read More
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As we write this from our headquarters in Orlando, Fl., where it still feels pretty much like summer with highs in the mid-80s, many of us are really not thinking about winter time. However, we know many of our customers are already dealing with cold weather and even snow. We may not be able to share some of this hot weather with you but we can share some great tips!
Although you may not be ready to winterize your sprayer just yet, there are a few simple steps you can do today to avoid any delays when you are ready to store it for the season. We recommend five tips to help you prepare your spray equipment for the upcoming freezing temperatures.
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