Simplicity and customized spray rigs combine to make your business a success. Take a look at the videos below and give us a call to discuss your ideas.
Built to last from the ground up. A lot goes into building a rig that will last as long as ours. In fact, we take up to 48 hours to build one. But, thanks to our new time-lapse video, it will take you just seconds to watch how we do it. As you can see, we take care that every detail meets your standards and ours. The result is a rig that is easy to maintain and sure to perform. With proper maintenance, you can count on your rig for 15 to 20 years – even more with refurbishing.
Graham Spray Equipment and Brian’s Lawn Maintenance at GIE+EXPO
Graham Spray Equipment’s National Sales Manager Teddy Mathis joins Brian Fullerton of Brian’s Lawn Maintenance at the GIE+EXPO. The two discuss Graham’s history, and Teddy provides a tour of a customized Graham rig.
Building Your Lawn Care Business
Teddy Mathis, who joined Graham’s sales department after running his own lawn care company, has a conversation with Jason Creel of Lawn Care Life about building a successful business. Topics include marketing, pricing, and the best – and worst – add-on services to offer. Since many people entering the field know more about lawns than business operations, Teddy emphasizes the importance of learning about leadership and management.
Customizing Your Rig
Sales Manager Dave Arnett talks to Jason Creel of Lawn Care Life about choosing the right rig for your business and your budget. Dave describes the process of guiding customers through Graham’s wide range of customization options and the ways that we continue to come up with new ideas to meet customers’ evolving needs.
Keeping Your Rig on the Road
Jason Creel of Lawn Care Life visits Graham and interviews General Manager Donny Pitts about the simple routine maintenance that can make a big difference in the working life of your rig. They also discuss winterizing spray units for the off season and the parts you should always carry in your truck.
GSE Custom Rig
Custom spray rigs are a big part of the Graham Spray Equipment business, and building a unit that meets a customer’s exact needs is what we do best. This custom rig features a 600-gallon tank for lawn care, compartmented 400/200, and a 300-gallon spray unit for trees and shrubs. This combination requires a 13-foot aluminum bed, and we recommend the truck shown here, the NQR from our trusted partners at Isuzu.
The GSE Maverick, with a 400-gallon split tank, costs less than a comparable pickup truck and spray unit – but that’s not its only advantage. This rig's extremely tight turning radius provides superior maneuverability. Plus its spacious bed provides easier access to equipment and greater storage capacity. Better handling, better efficiency, better price.
GSE LawnScaper (LS2)
The LS2 is our answer for full-service landscape companies. With its versatile design, the truck is able to handle large sprayer-spreaders and has designated spaces to store your other landscaping equipment. With its maneuverable design, easily convert the LS2 back to a standard work truck within minutes.
For Nick Bell’s landscaping business, Super-Natural Landscaping, the right unit was the GSE LawnScaper. It allowed Nick to carry all his landscaping and spray equipment at one time and to serve more customers.
GSE 300-Gallon Unit
Rugged, nimble and good-looking, this skid sprayer might be just what you need to make your business a success. Like all Graham units, it’s built to your specifications, and, of course, also built to last.
It doesn’t get much tougher than this rig. Rugged, powerful and custom made to your specs, this sprayer can be the workhorse of your business. Count on it for years to come.
How To Calibrate A Bean Spray System
Learn how to calibrate a Bean spray system. These calibration instructions can help extend the life of your pump and your engine.
How to Calibrate a Hypro Spray System
Learn how to calibrate a Hypro spray system. These calibration instructions can help prevent catastrophic failure of your pump and engine.
How to Winterize Your Unit
It’s important to winterize your rig to protect your equipment through the cold season. Learn the steps you can take to winterize your unit and prevent damage from freezing conditions.
How To Get Your Unit Ready For Spring
There’s always a lot to remember when the busy season approaches. Here’s a checklist of tips and maintenance reminders to ensure your rig is ready for spring.
Daily Maintenance For Your Unit
Daily maintenance can save you in the long run. Learn what you can do on a daily basis to extend the longevity of your equipment and protect your investment.