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27 Mar 2017
Irrigation system

Why You Need to Have Your Irrigation System Inspected Now

Spring and warmer temperatures are just around the corner. Pretty soon, irrigation systems are going to be showering water onto lawns throughout the Kansas City area to help bring the lovely green color back to the stark landscape winter left behind. For those who are fairly new irrigation system owners, the process of just turning the system on seems fairly easy. However, there may be more to it than you think.READ MORE

20 Mar 2017
DIY outdoor lighting system, LEDs

Tips to Help Prevent Damage to Your Outdoor Lighting System

The exterior lighting you have in place helps to make your home more aesthetically pleasing when the sun goes down. It also serves as a beneficial security feature. An outdoor lighting system provides the impression that someone is home, even when that isn’t the case. The good news is, maintaining these lighting systems is typically not that difficult of a task. In fact, there are a few simple tips you can use to help prevent damage to your exterior lighting system – accidentally or by intruders. READ MORE

13 Mar 2017
Spring cleaning and your landscape lighting

Spring Cleaning for Your Landscape Lighting: The Importance of Maintenance

Are you excited for the arrival of grilling season? Can you smell the aromas and flavors in the air? With warmer weather quickly approaching, so is the ability to spend more time outdoors in the evening. If you have landscape lighting installed, now is a great time to have it serviced. The fact is, regular maintenance for your outdoor lighting will help to ensure its superior performance year after year and ensure everything is working properly. READ MORE

06 Mar 2017
summer lawn care tips

Is Your Lawn Ready for a Hot, Dry Summer?

Spring and summer are just around the corner. This means your lawn is getting ready to handle the hot weather and drought conditions this time of year can bring. Most selections of turf will go dormant during the hot summer. Some grasses, such as tall fescue, fine fescue, perennial ryegrass and Kentucky bluegrass are at their very best while the temperatures are still cool (between 60 and 75 degrees).READ MORE