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Believe it or not, like it or not, it's actually just about time to close your sprinklers down for winter. Here are a few tips to make that process go as smoothly as possible.
When your sprinkler system isn't working properly, you'll often find the solution is above ground. Sometimes, however, you literally need to get to the "root" of the problem underground.
The weather has certainly been tougher than normal on Michigan lawns this summer. Here are a few tips to help you keep things green and growing.
If you are considering purchasing a sprinkler system for your home, it is important to make the most informed decision you possibly can. Do you know the best questions to ask?
Do you move sprinklers around your yard all summer? Maybe it's time to consider another option.
In ground sprinkler systems are one of the most efficient ways to keep your lawn watered and green. However, when it comes to your gardens, another option might work better.
Low water pressure is a common issue in sprinkler systems. Here is a quick checklist to help determine whether you might be able to fix the problem yourself or if you should call a professional.
Do you have a sprinkler system? Are you following these water saving tips?
It's not too late to plant a summer vegetable garden! Edsel & Eleanor Ford House offers tips to plant vegetables now and still reap the benefits of a bountiful garden in the fall.
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