It’s been a great year 2017 for the irrigation and outdoor lighting business. I have taken care of many repairs, fixed many leaks, and solve any problems. That’s what I do and I love my job.
I also have installed many outdoor lighting systems. I have placed lighting in trees, op lighting on homes, pathway lights, and more. The lighting really enhances the look of the home at night. Outdoor lighting also enhances your security. When coming or going from your home at night it adds additional light for you. I can’t say enough about the enhancements outdoor lighting can give your home.
I also am your mystery leak man. I have been called out on many jobs this year that involved a leak that no one could detect where the source was. One thing that seems to be a problem is irrigation systems get installed close to small saplings, and then years later the tree grows breaks the pipe and lives on the water. It grows around the pipe, even breaking it, making it a difficult leak to find. I have had to dig many of them up or completely bypassed the trees but it’s not a problem for me. I can work around it, or dig under it. Like I said I love my job it’s never the same every day and that’s the best part of it. The second best part is when my customer says “ I can’t believe you did all that in one day”. Or “I can’t believe you handled it for me so well”. I love it when the customer shows their appreciation.
I am grateful and so fortunate to be able to be doing something to make a living that I love.
I can handle most any irrigation or lighting problem.
I also repair existing lighting systems. Some folks have lighting systems installed By companies that really don’t know what they’re doing or they use cheap materials with lots of splices In the wire which eventually causes lots of problems.
I have seen a lot of Home installations of outdoor lighting systems and lighting systems that were installed improperly. Again I’m not complaining that’s what keeps my job going.
I am still serving the north west metro Atlanta area, which includes;
Marietta, Acworth, Kennesaw, Canton, Cartersville, Roswell, Buckhead, Northwest Atlanta, Smyrna, and Vinings. I no longer go to Alpharetta and those outlying areas.
So keep all your service repairs and outdoor lighting jobs coming because I will be there. I’m a one-man operation same guy every time.
Keith, The Sprinklerman