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Archive for November 2018

Why Do I Need A Backflow Preventer?

Have you ever wondered what the purpose of this “backflow” device is? Or why it is necessary? These devices are a required component of a sprinkler system. They have one purpose – and that is to stop water that is in your irrigation system from possibly flowing back into your plumbing system. How can this…

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Sewer Fees- Should I Install a Separate Meter?

There is a lot of discussion about sewer fees with respect to your lawn sprinkler system. Unfortunately, this is a case where one answer simply won’t apply. The best way to begin is where you live. Your particular sewer district and water district need to be taken into account when looking at sewer fees. The…

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Why Do I Need a Rain Sensor?

Many of you may be wondering the best way to conserve water during those wet periods that doesn’t require manually starting your system. The best device which is tried and true is a rain sensor. This simple, wireless device can be installed on any system – new or old, is inexpensive (usually only $150.00), and…

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Residential Drainage Systems

You may not have known this, but we also install residential drainage systems. If you have noticed places in your yard where the water stands after a rain, or areas where lack of drainage is a nuisance, you might want to give us a call! Mosquito infestations can also be enhanced by inadequate drainage. There…

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Know Your Ice Melt Options

Dealing with icy sidewalks is uncommon in Lexington where snow and ice is not a frequent occurrence like other northern cities. There are many different ways to deal with ice, whether using one of many chemical compounds to melt it or using more environmentally friendly products. Kinds of De-icer Every year there are more and…

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Know Your Zone

plant zones

With spring approaching, we all get excited to step out and start thinking of planting, gardening and outdoor landscape projects. We should, especially after this winter! We open magazines and websites with spectacular outdoor pictures and how-to articles That’s all good, but first you need to pay attention to the ZONE. Kentucky is in Zone…

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