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22 May 2017
Save Water this Spring: Minimize Overwatering and Overspending

Save Water this Spring: Minimize Overwatering and Overspending

As the weather outside starts to heat up, you will have to focus more and more on keeping your lawn in good shape. Long periods without rain can lead to dead patches in your grass. These spots of dead grass can reduce the overall appeal your home’s exterior has. The best way to prevent this from happening is by having a sprinkler system installed. Once you have your new sprinkler system in place, you will need to think about how to minimize the amount of water you waste during the hotter portions of the year. Below are some of the things you can do when trying to reduce overwatering and overspending. READ MORE

15 May 2017
Can You Add Smart Control Features to Your Sprinkler System?

Can You Add Smart Control Features to Your Sprinkler System?

Watering your lawn throughout the year can be quite costly. A great way to help reduce some of these costs is by installing a smart sprinkler system. This feature will help you reduce your overall water bill and determine the best way – i.e. amount, duration, time, etc. – to water your lawn. When you utilize a smart, iPhone or Android controlled sprinkler system, you can save water, and even better, money. READ MORE

24 Apr 2017
Sprinkler System

What to Consider before Installing a Sprinkler System

If you are ready to automate the watering of your property, then it may be time to install an automatic sprinkler system. However, it isn’t as simple as just choosing a system and putting it to use. There are subtle differences regarding the type of plant life and the amount of water needed throughout your yard. As a result, you have to make sure you install the sprinkler system according to these specifications. READ MORE

17 Apr 2017
Pooled Water On Your Lawn

Water is Pooled in My Lawn – Is the Sprinkler to Blame?

If there is pooled water in your lawn, it may kill the grass and cause various diseases. In many situations, simple sprinkler maintenance can help solve the problem. There are several issues that may lead to pooled water in your yard and getting to know what they are can help you prevent serious issues before the situation gets worse or causes permanent damage. READ MORE

03 Apr 2017
Spring Sprinkler Heads System Check

5 Common Things to Check when Turning Your Sprinkler System on for the First Time this Spring

The warmer weather is moving in. This means it is time to get outdoors and enjoy all that spring has to offer. It also means you need to get your sprinkler system in gear for the upcoming plant growing season. It is never a good idea to just turn the system on after it has been dormant all winter. Instead, make sure to check out the five things listed here. READ MORE

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

23 May 2016

5 Reasons to Install a Sprinkler System Now

There is no question that keeping a lawn looking healthy can be quite a challenge. However, there is a way you can simplify this task and enjoy a healthy, great looking lawn throughout the year – by installing a sprinkler system. There are a number of reasons to make this investment and learning about them can help you see why it is right for your yard.READ MORE

10 Nov 2015

Cold Weather & Your KC Irrigation System

Cold Temperatures Have Arrived in Kansas City, But There’s Still Plenty to Do to Prepare Your KC Irrigation System For Winter!

Temperatures are dropping fast in the Kansas City area, which means the trees are losing their leaves and the flowers fading. Winter months for many people mean less lawn maintenance, but the surroundings can be drab. Even though we won’t see beautiful colors again until next spring, there are plenty of winter projects you could (and in some instances, should) undertake.READ MORE