Automatic Sprinkler Systems
An automatic sprinkler system is a home improvement project worth considering. Not only will it help in maintaining a healthy beautiful landscape, but it is the most convenient and efficient way to ensure your landscape gets the water it needs without over-or under-watering. A properly installed and maintained automatic sprinkler system will help conserve water too.
In fact, a professionally installed automatic sprinkler system is one of the best investments that you can make for your home. Just ask anyone who has one. There is no easier or more cost-effective way to beautify your home. An irrigation system will increase your home value, and save you time and money.
Keep in mind, however, that there is more to a sprinkler system than just sprinklers. System design and installation are critical factors. These factors affect your system’s performance and longevity. By hiring Love Irrigation, a Rain Bird® Select Contractor®, you can be assured that your new irrigation system will be properly designed and installed by top professionals.
Along with ensuring your system is properly designed and installed, Rain Bird manufactures rain shut-off and moisture sensing devices that can help you realize even more water and cost savings over the lifetime of your sprinkler system
So put away your garden hose and let Love Irrigation help you do your watering for you — automatically! You’ll have greener grass, healthier plants, and much more free time to smell the roses instead of watering them.
Why purchase an automatic sprinkler system from Love Irrigation?
- SAVE TIME: Your system will do all the watering for you.
- SAVE WATER: An automatic system uses less water than watering by hand.
- SAVE MONEY: Your water bills will be lower and your plants will live longer.
- REST EASY: The Love Irrigation name is your assurance of quality, value, and performance.
Patio Lighting (Party Lights)
Patio Lighting (party lights) is the perfect way to extend your outdoor living space! It gives a festive environment. It allows you to enjoy the outdoors well after sundown. Hang them under tents, patios, awnings, or umbrellas. The wiring blends in perfectly with trees and bushes. Drape them on trees or in entryways. Patio lights will add beauty and value to your home.
Take the party outside this summer! Outdoor lighting adds the perfect ambience and romance for summer evenings. The possibilities are endless. They are perfect for weddings and can help make that special event perfect. Dine or host parties under your own strand of stars. Or simply relax alone and enjoy the lovely glow in the summer breeze. Patio lights can create the outdoor living space that will keep you home.
Commercial properties can take advantage of patio lighting too. Patio lighting is ideal for creating a cozy atmosphere. Lighting is one of the easiest ways to improve your customer’s outdoor shopping and dining experience. Create the perfect setting that keeps your customers coming back for more.
Let us help you create unforgettable memories with our commercial grade C9 products. We only use high quality products. Weatherproof sockets and heavy-gauge wire provide a longer life span in outdoor settings. They are the perfect solution for permanent installation on buildings, patios, gazebos and more! They can be to be installed on a timer or a direct switch. Whatever works best for you! Our customers love their decision to add lighting to their landscape. Now is the time.The outdoor season is just around the corner so give Love Irrigation a call 601-898-1333. Or visit us in our office. We Love seeing our customers. Let us help LIGHT UP THE NIGHT!
Ever hear “You Get what You Pay For”?
But what about Quality Service?
You can be rest assured that you get quality service with Love Irrigation. We have been providing the Jackson-Metro communities with quality service and installation in areas of irrigation systems, French drains, landscape lighting, backflow certification and mosquito Mist Away systems for over 30 years.
We would like to share with you what we have learned over the years. We know finding a contractor can be overwhelming. Here are just a few things to think about before making a large investment decision.
When looking for the right company to service your yard’s needs remember that cheapest is not always the best. You may get prices from other contractors that are much lower than ours. Be aware! With the current economy, there are many “newbies” in this business. Most do not have Love Irrigation’s credentials or experience. They do not use the same quality materials. Nor do they have the same quality service standards. Love Irrigation takes pride in providing our customers with commercial quality materials. The technicians and installers for these businesses are usually uninformed and inexperienced. In the long run these types of business do not last. This provides a false impression of the value of professional service and products. This has a negative effect on you, the consumer.
These “Lowballers” are in unable to gain customers by any other means than the low price they offer. They tend to take shortcuts to cut costs. This comprises quality. Businesses like these typically do not stay in business very long. When additional service or warranty work is needed in the future, they are nowhere to be found.
We, at Love Irrigation, set our prices as fairly as possible. We have high standards in not only the product we use but in our quality of work. We firmly believe our experience and quality of service gives peace of mind and is what has kept us in business all these years.
January is a great time to care for your lawn and garden!
It’s a new year, and with that brings the time to start getting your yard ready for Spring! So what are the things that you need to know for January?
Now is the time to prune the dead and damaged areas of your shrubs and trees. Once you have done this, you will want to fertilize them. It is also a good time to remove/replace any unwanted plants, shrubs, or trees.
On a dry day, mow your lawn to help remove fallen leaves and pine needles. Inspect your yard for winter weeds. Control them by spraying when the weather warms in spring.
Carnations, Pansies, Petunias, and Snapdragons are ideal annuals for the cooler weather. This is a good time to start the seeds of your warm weather flowers to have them ready for spring.
If you are going to be growing tomatoes or peppers this year, get the beds or boxes ready because planting should occur in the early part of February.
Make sure you are keeping dust off your houseplants by removing it with lukewarm water.
December brings many wonderful things to each of us. It’s the time for giving and sharing with those that you love! But don’t forget about your yard….
Wondering what to do with all those fallen leaves? Add them to your compost bin or use them for mulch, but just make sure you are keeping your lawn clear of a blanket of leaves to avoid smothering your grass and encountering dead patches once spring returns. Make sure you are checking the moisture level of your soil and water your lawn as needed throughout the winter months. If you brought outdoor plants inside, make sure you are checking them for insects.
Do you have empty rows in your flower beds or garden? Inspect these areas and keep them clear of insects and disease. This is also a good time to add compost to your empty beds and garden. By doing this periodically throughout the winter months, you will have less to do once spring comes around.
December does not mean the end of the gardening season. According to Mississippi State University now through December is the time to plant garlic. Plant garlic cloves 2 to 3 inches deep in well drained highly organic soil. The foliage will soon emerge and form somewhat of a rosette that will remain through the winter. More vigorous growth will resume in the spring with the onset of warmer weather. Tip: To remove skin easily from garlic cloves, soak cloves for five minutes in warm water.
Grapes, muscadines, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries can also be planted during November and December. Continue planting your seasonal annuals (pansies, alyssum, petunias, etc.) to add color to your outdoors, and bring more color indoors by using a holiday favorite, poinsettias!