Installer Uses GSF for Tough Sites in Arizona
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Installing septic systems in a remote and rugged region of central Arizona presents many challenges for Willie Brown, who works mostly by himself, with a summer assist from his younger brother, Daylen. There’s the challenging topography and rocky soils, long hauls with heavy equipment to reach many job sites, even trying to avoid venomous snakes and spiders in residential crawl spaces.
And that doesn’t even get into the challenge of a painfully slow economic recovery after the real-estate collapse a decade ago. While other parts of the country have enjoyed a steady climb out of the doldrums, that’s not the case in the lightly populated Gila County, located in the Tonto National Forest. It’s been a slog, but things are starting to look up.
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As seen in March 2019 Onsite Installer magazine.
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