When it comes to modern irrigation systems, some people still have basic questions. After all, if you have never used or had a system installed, you may not fully understand why it is necessary. Keep reading for some of the most common FAQs about these systems to fully understand what they offer.READ MORE
There’s no reason for darkness to put a damper on your outside activities – regardless of what time of year it is. When you install the right outside lighting, you can keep the fun and festivities going long after the sun goes down and help protect your property from all types of unseen threats. Let all your preconceived notions of landscape lighting disappear as you read through the information here. This is where you can learn how a landscape or basic landscape lighting can create the ambiance you want while being functional. Let’s get started.READ MORE
When winter weather moves in, you may be tempted to batten down the hatches and hibernate. However, you need to ensure your landscape lighting makes it through the harsh winter months. One of the best ways to do this is by maintaining the lights during the colder months of the year.
It is easy to forget and overlook some aspects of home maintenance, such as winterizing your irrigation system. With the holidays approaching, busy work schedules, and more, these winter maintenance tasks may slip your mind. However, not doing winterization of an irrigation system is one of the most common reasons you have to call for irrigation repair in the spring.READ MORE
The idea of getting your irrigation system ready for winter needs to be done correctly to make sure there are no expensive repairs or replacements that need to be made in spring. The process of getting the system winter-ready requires all the water to be expelled from the system and all components. This is needed to help keep the water inside from freezing and breaking the pumps, sprinklers, valves, fittings, and other components.READ MORE
Are you looking for ways to improve your outdoor living area? If so, it may be time to consider landscape lighting. If you look online, you can find all sorts of information related to planning and installing landscape lighting on your own. However, do not let this information fool you. Professional services are offering landscape lighting this for a reason. By investing in a professional landscape lighting installation, you can see an array of benefits. It will also help you save time, money, and frustration. READ MORE
It is that time of year again – winter is on its way. It will get cold – this is a well-known fact in our area. Now is the time to harvest anything lingering in your garden, winterize your sprinkler system, and cozy up around a warm fire.READ MORE
If you are like most people, you take pride in how your yard looks. Having an efficient and properly working sprinkler system is part of what helps keep your lawn and garden looking amazing. In general, the life expectancy of a sprinkler system is approximately 20 years. Quality heads can last between 10 and 15 years, and more affordable ones will likely only last for two to three years. Your system’s nozzles must be replaced after two years, in some cases, but this is dependent on the climate and water quality.READ MORE
The right landscape lighting can transform your entire property. It can be used to showcase your home and property’s best features, all while keeping a subtle and low-key presence. It can add elegance and beauty to your outdoor area and improve safety since it helps you see better in the dark. Even better, landscape lighting enhances your home security, regardless of if you are home or away.READ MORE
For some smart home devices, trying to decide if you need them is up to your personal preferences. This is true for smart sprinkler systems, too.
While this smart device may not be at the top of your list when it comes to home automation, if you have an in-ground sprinkler system, you should invest in one. Some of the reasons it is time to ditch your “dumb” sprinkler and upgrade to a smart one can be found here.READ MORE