See Your Diversion With Social Distancing

Farmers and ranchers don’t spend much energy “implementing social distancing”.  For many folks, they do that already in their daily work.  However, I have a few clients that have to be really careful not to get sick – no shaking hands, keep a dirt road width between us.

That brings up a question:  do I always have to visit your place to see your diversion or reservoir the first time?  Not necessarily.  If I can see some live or recorded video, and some photos, that may be enough to advise you on what needs to be done, and a rough idea of what the options and costs are.  Especially if you are doing part or all of your installation, remote advice may meet your needs.

Do you have a smart phone?  That can take all the field videos and photos, and photos of necessary documents, too.

So, call and tell me what we’re looking at, and let’s try the video and photo option, especially if you are trying not to get sick!  If that just won’t work, then I’ll need to come out anyway, but I’ll have more information from what I have seen already.

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