Meet One of the Owners:
Q: Rick, how long have you worked in the lineman industry
A: I have been working in the lineman industry since 1999
Q: What is your background in the lineman industry?
A: I started in 1999 at Jack Stewart Training Center Washington Water Power. Between 2000-2003 I was Indentured into the Mountain States Line Constructors Apprenticeship. In 2003 I became a Journeyman Lineman (Construction Lineman), and from 2003 to 2022 I worked as a Rocky Mountain Power lineman, thumper operator, and trouble-man.
In January 2013 we started Dry Canyon and we are still going strong.
Q: Where are you from? Do you have any kids?
A: I live in Holladay, Utah. We have 3 boys 8, 10, 14
Q: What are your hobbies?
A: I love the outdoors and being in nature, spending time with friends, and lineman rodeos. I also enjoy Jiu-Jitsu.
More About Dry Canyon FR:
Q: Do you have any achievements?
A: After 9 years of training Jiu Jitsu I was awarded my Black Belt Oct. 2022 by Carlson Gracie Jr.
Q: Why do you think having fire-resistant clothing is so important for workers?
A: Having fire-resistant clothing allows companies and workers to be in line with regulations and compliant with OSHA rules; which require workers to have fire-resistant clothing to protect them from getting their clothing ignited. Clothes made out of self-extinguishing material are there to protect workers.
Q: What do you feel are the benefits of a managed apparel program?
A: Incorporating the managed apparel program has helped us develop a feeling like a division of the companies we work with. Through the managed apparel program we are able to help relieve a lot of stress from the process that most organizations would have. People are getting the protective clothing they need from Dry Canyon.
Q: Is the Inventory on the Dry Canyon website accurate and up to date?
A: Inventory on the Dry Canyon website is accurate and provides an accurate representation of the fire-resistant clothing we have in stock. We also make sure to provide multiple options as well, if a product is sold out.
Q: Do you mostly work with companies in Utah or all over?
A: Dry Canyon works with a variety of companies all over the United States.
Q: What types of companies do you usually supply protective clothing to?
A: We work with linemen, oil and gas, and pipeline businesses.
Q: How long does it take until an order is sent out?
A: 90% of Products are usually shipped within 3 days