Services Recommended For July 2017
Have your property evaluated for drainage problems including standing water
and gutter wash out.
Lawn and Tree Spraying:
Spraying for weeds and insects on lawns, trees and shrubs.
Do you have a Gopher problem? We can help !!!!!
Transforming Oklahoma Landscapes
Please review the following recommendations
Working in the garden or flower beds is an opportunity for a family to enjoy the landscape around your home as well as a great way to get everyone involved in a family activity.
Check all irrigation system functions.
Clean out all flower beds.
Top dress to prepare for leveling and over-seeding.
Plant Fescue and Bermuda Sod.
PREPARE ALL STORM SHELTERS WITH NECESSARY ITEMS SUCH AS WEATHER RADIO , WATER, FOOD, MEDICINES, BANDAGES AND IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS-MEDICAL RECORDS.
BE SURE TO REGISTER YOUR STORM SHELTER WITH YOUR LOCAL FIRE DEPT SO THAT THE ACCURATE GPS LOCATION CAN BE RECORDED.
September is the time to trim back trees of branches that could cause damage to roof shingles. When a tree looses it's leaves it's very easy to see which branches need to be trimmed as well as any dead or broken branches hanging within the canopy.
Thinking of having your flower beds renovated? Schedule an appointment before the Spring rush arrives.
We can install the new or renovate the existing bed to prepare them for the Spring planting season.
Don't hesitate to call us, its never to early to get started !
Are you thinking of having a new fence installed? Avoid costly irrigation system repairs by contacting us to locate and document existing irrigation system components.
Fence contractor drilled hole for fence pipe. Cut pipe and wires and never notified the customer. We were called out to find out why irrigation was not working. Found concrete in pipes and control wires cut.
Illustration of concrete which entered the pipes and was spread through the entire irrigation system causing numerous blockages and damage to valves and irrigation heads.
This illustration shows fence contractor hammering fence pipes into the soil, just missing the main water line for irrigation and cut the control wiring.
This page was last updated: October 22, 2017