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What you going to do when the well runs dry?

Posted by on Apr 12, 2013 in Blog, Irrigation, News | Comments Off on What you going to do when the well runs dry?

What you going to do when the well runs dry?

News Release from Highland Park, Illinois – Ordinance Mandates Smart Irrigation Effective this spring a new Water Conservation and Efficiency Initiative goes into effect this spring and includes odd/even sprinkling restrictions and a tiered rate plan for all residents. Also, effective May 1, 2013 all newly installed lawn irrigation systems are to be equipped with soil moisture sensors that meet USEPA WaterSense standard. Earth’s Precious Water – Did you know? With all the talk of water conservation let us point out a few additional facts to provide greater insight Over 780...

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Stormwater, irrigation, retaining walls….all in one …SMARTSLOPE

Posted by on Jan 28, 2013 in Blog, In the News, Irrigation | 1 comment

Fort Lincoln takes SMART to a whole new level When developing a site of over 42 acres designers created plans for a 28 foot high retaining wall of over 21,000 square feet of retaining blocks, soil, irrigation and plant materials.  What makes this project unique is not only it’s challenging scope and size, but the incorporation of the latest in technology for water management, storm water runoff control, irrigation and plant material selection.  Utilizing  a SmartSlope-based design (learn more about Smartslope ) they were able to create a stormwater management system incorporating...

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Meet Mark Gunderson

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in Blog, News | 2 comments

Meet Mark Gunderson

At Kenney Outdoor solutions, we pride ourselves on hiring some of the best talent in the industry and we would like you to get to know them better. We’d like you to meet Mark Gunderson, Vice President of Kenney Outdoor Solutions.   What is one thing you do everyday?   Daily…Pray, Work Day…slug through e-mails. If you could met anyone living or dead, who would it be?  ….Easy, Jesus Christ If you had to eat the same lunch everyday for the rest of your life, what would you pick?  Peanut Butter sandwiches(after all…I did it as a kid!) Where would you go if you...

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Gratitude and Thanks…

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Gratitude and Thanks…

Gratitude and Thanks…

From our family to yours,  This year our hearts are heavy and our prayers go to the families and the community of Newtown, Connecticut as they struggle to put their lives back together after the tragedy they have suffered.  As we Pray for the victims and all people who are suffering around the world we pause to reflect upon our blessings, especially the relationships in our own lives. We are thankful for the blessings of family and friends. With that in mind, we want to thank you for the business you’ve given us, but more importantly, thank you for your friendship. Friendship is a gift...

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Expanding to meet your needs!

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Blog, In the News, News | 1 comment

Expanding to meet your needs!

  NEW LOCATION FOR OUR GRAND RAPIDS WAREHOUSE! We thank the many customers that have visited our Grand Rapids location over the past few years and due to the overwhelming success and growth we have experienced we are happy to announce our move to a new location!  Come and visit us and tour the warehouse to see the ease and convenience we have built into our warehouse layout.  The showroom is being developed over the coming weeks and new products will be on display. The best news is the location….it’s actually in the same parking area and directly south of the previous...

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Rainwater Harvesting Cost and Considerations

Posted by on Oct 29, 2012 in Blog, Irrigation, News | Comments Off on Rainwater Harvesting Cost and Considerations

Rainwater Harvesting Cost and Considerations

As one of the oldest known gardening methods, rainwater harvesting is a great option for projects that need to reduce dependence on municipal water supplies and/or practice sustainable irrigation. Rainwater harvesting systems typically consist of three main components: the capture system (roof and gutters) the storage unit (cistern) the delivery system (pipes, pumps, and valves) Materials for the water storage unit are about 2/3 of the overall cost of the whole project, making this the most expensive component of the entire system. That is why it is so important to understand how to...

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