1. Answering Some Common Questions About Landscaping And Yard Care

    A proud homeowner is a happy homeowner. When you’ve lived in the same house for several years, whether you purchased it brand new or used, you’ve likely invested countless hours (and dollars) improving your home’s space. From your furniture selection in the living room to painting bedroom walls and creating the ultimate backyard hangout space, there truly are many aspects of your home to pri…Read More

  2. Importance of Having Your Sprinklers Blown Out

    Importance of Having Your Sprinklers Blown Out

    Adding a sprinkler system to your yard is one of the many ways that you can lower the overall maintenance of your landscape. When you’ve installed a high-quality sprinkler system, you are able to rely on this system to ensure that your landscape is taken care of without having to spend time watering them yourself. While your sprinklers are relatively low maintenance landscaping equipment, they d…Read More

  3. Transitioning Your Summer Landscape to Fall & Winter Weather

    Transitioning Your Summer Landscape to Fall & Winter Weather

    Summer has quickly come and gone, and with that, the colder temperatures of fall are setting in. If you’re someone that takes pride in your landscape, you know how important it is to take proper care of your summer plants as they transition from the warmer weather to the cooler. The team at A & C Sprinkler want to ensure that you’re able to provide all of the care that your plants need, so…Read More

  4. Common Threats to Your Home’s Irrigation System

    A well-watered and nutrient-rich yard is a happy yard. It’s hard to put our finger on it, but healthy, green grass just looks good on the eyes, as do other plants and yard elements. At the end of the day, you pay your local sprinkler repair company in Toms River good money to upkeep your home’s irrigation system not just to uphold your property value, but because an attractive, inviting yard i…Read More

  5. The What, Why, and How of Yard Drainage

    “I truly enjoy hundreds of mosquitos using my front yard as a breeding ground” — no one, ever. Why begin with a random quote about mosquitos in today’s blog post? Well, for one, jokes about mosquitos are easy, low-hanging fruit. No one likes mosquitos. Additionally, when your yard becomes too saturated with rainwater or even runoff from your sprinkler system, it could very well turn into a…Read More

  6. The Benefits Of Hiring A Commercial Sprinkler Company In New Jersey

    While you might not think about it a lot when it comes to having a lush green lawn that is healthy, how much would that be worth to you? After all, in order to ensure that a lawn is all of these things, it takes quite a bit of maintenance and hard work. If we were talking about your home, you may not be able to understand the importance of a healthy lawn that much. However, when it comes to owning…Read More

  7. Getting Your Irrigation System Set Up This Spring

    Great news! Spring is going to be here in no time at all! This means you will finally be able to escape the confines of your home and venture out into the world once again. If you are someone who has already made the fantastic decision to have an irrigation system in your yard, you are going to have to do a little bit of maintenance so that your sprinklers are rearing and ready to go once the warm…Read More

  8. More Home Preparation Tips For The Winter

    In our previous blog post here at A & C Sprinkler, we went over some useful ways to save money and keep your home warm during the harsh and brittle temperatures of winter here in Toms River. Above just about all else, the most important thing that you can do to protect you and your property against the forces of Jack Frost is to get a sprinkler blowout from our irrigation systems specialists. …Read More

  9. Don’t Forget To Schedule A Sprinkler Blowout!

    You are not the only one who is anticipating the winter temperatures that will be here before we know it. If you are a homeowner, you may have a list a mile long of things you have to get done before these low temperatures arrive. One of these things is likely to make sure that your irrigation system is ready to hibernate, if you will. Unlike the water pipes in your home, your sprinkler system has…Read More

  10. Prepping Your Home For The Colder Seasons

    Out here in New Jersey - a coastal state, mind you - things tend to get pretty cold here in the fall and winter seasons. Even spring can be a cold one until things really start to thaw off in late April and May. There are two ways that you can approach navigating the often harsh qualities of winter: be well prepared for it and prosper, or suffer the consequences of being unprepared. It might not a…Read More