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About Lighting Service

Green Turf's landscape lighting service department can help you with all your low voltage lighting needs.   Updating old fixtures, re-lamping burnt out fixtures, wiring problems, transformer issues are all problems our qualified lighting service technician can help you solve. Do you have high voltage lighting needs? We can refer a qualified licensed electrician to you or we will take care of scheduling the appointment.   Have you recently made changes to your property? Your...
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Benefits of an Automatic Sprinkler System

If you're tired of maintaining a constant vigil over your lawn and manually moving a sprinkler from the front yard to the backyard in an effort to keep your grass green, you may want to consider installing an automatic irrigation system. While it may seem that having a sprinkler system that turns on automatically would use more water, an efficient system may actually help you conserve water by allowing you to customize the amount you...
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Top 5 Reasons Your Irrigation or Sprinkler System Could Be Costing You Money

Have you ever passed a property on a rainy day and the irrigation system or sprinklers are on? Why in the world would anyone water their lawn on a rainy day? The answer is that it’s an under-managed system and it’s wasting money. These are the top five reasons your irrigation or sprinkler system could be costing you money: 1. Overwatering 2. Watering during rainy weather 3. Inaccurate adjustments or settings 4. Unknown water flow...
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Do You Need Drainage Service?

You probably don’t spend much time thinking about indoor plumbing. That’s OK; most of us don’t. Yet, none of us would deny how important it is in our daily lives. All it takes is one clogged pipe or drain to bring stress to our hopefully serene lives. Well, the same is true for landscape drainage. Yard drains allow you to control the flow of water in a given area; for example, from your back yard...
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Do You Have A Drainage Problem?

Leading Indicators of Drainage Problems Standing water 24 hours after a hard rain or irrigation. Concentrations of yellowing or patches of turf that has minimal original turf. Yellowing plant life. Thin areas of turf, although there is plenty of sun and no obvious disease. Areas that are constantly being treated for fungus problems. Debris, such as leaves, pine straw, trash, etc., accumulated in affected areas. Water stains on fences, buildings, etc. Stagnate water smell. Trees...
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