1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Treat Your Lawn This Winter By Staying Off Of It

    At some point or another, we are sure that you’ve seen the signs reading “Keep Off The Grass”  posted in yards and wondered why they were necessary.  After all, does it really matter if people walk on grass? However, there is actually a great reason to not walk on the grass in your lawn, especially during the winter season. This tactic of keeping off the grass may actually be able to provi…Read More

  4. Tips For Buying Your Next Lawn Mower

    The weather is getting cooler which means that before we know it, it will be winter. Fortunately, this also means that it is the best time to replace that old worn out lawn mower that you had to deal with all summer long. While you may think it doesn’t matter terribly much what kind of lawn mower you invest in, you may want to reconsider. The overall health of your lawn is entirely dependent on …Read More

  5. Fall Lawn Care Tips From A&C

    With summer coming to an end and fall just around the corner, the generally consensus is that you can basically forget about your lawn until spring arrives, right? Wrong. Your lawn is still in need of a lot of attention. In fact, neglecting it now will likely render you a whole year of regret where your yard is concerned. With this in mind, let’s talk about some of the ways you can maintain your…Read More

  6. Seeding and Re-Seeding Your Lawn In The Fall

    While you may think your lawn is in great shape, you may also see that there is room for improvement when it comes to your grass. Walk around your neighborhood and you will likely see several lawns that you are envious of. Wouldn’t you like to have one of the lawns that your neighbors covet? We thought so. In order to get the very best out of your yard, you are going to have to practice seeding …Read More

  7. Keep Off The Grass This Winter!

    With winter finally right around the corner you may think you are completely done with lawn care until spring rolls around. Although you are right in most regards, there are still some things you can do throughout the winter to ensure that you grass comes in lush and green when the warm weather comes around again. First of all, you should remove anything and everything that is currently on your gr…Read More

  8. There Is Still More To Do This Fall Where Your Lawn Is Concerned

    We really hate to do this to you but there are a few more things you should know about taking care of your lawn this fall in order to ensure it thrives next spring. We’ve already disclosed to you that reseeding in the fall can be extremely beneficial to you and your grass. However, there was one small detail we forgot to include: your grass seed needs to be good grass seed. Sure, it can be very …Read More

  9. Moving Past a Summer Season That Had A Little Bit Of Everything

    If you managed to keep your lawn in perfect condition this summer then we commend you! For most people this was a difficult summer for lawns as concerns about nearly everything that could negatively affect grass were plaguing people all over the country. From drought to rain to crabgrass, fungus and insect damage, your yard has most likely been through the ringer since the spring season came aroun…Read More