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Our Valued Supply Partner Plays Role in 9/11 Memorial

Posted by on Sep 16, 2011 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Our Valued Supply Partner Plays Role in 9/11 Memorial

Baseline Irrigation plays important role in irrigation design for the 9/11 Memorial Plaza

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What to do BEFORE the leaves fall

Posted by on Sep 16, 2011 in Blog, Water Features and Fountains | Comments Off on What to do BEFORE the leaves fall

What every landscaper should be thinking about this time of year for pond maintenance.

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Seasonal Lighting…Why LED???

Posted by on Aug 23, 2011 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Seasonal Lighting…Why LED???

Why LED for your Holiday Lights

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Is Work Affecting your Health?

Posted by on Aug 7, 2011 in Blog, Business and Marketing | Comments Off on Is Work Affecting your Health?

Today’s work environment may lead to increased levels of STRESS and most health care companies will agree that with that comes lost productivity and health issues.  In extreme circumstances many companies report high turnover rates, higher costs for training new hires, and mistakes on the job leading to lower customer satisfaction.  Promote Stress Management by providing your employees with ways to reduce stress while on the job and you may find you reduce your health care expenses and improve company morale.  Here is a list of simple stress reducing ideas you may want to introduce to...

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Employee Handbook Mistakes…

Posted by on Aug 7, 2011 in Blog, Business and Marketing | Comments Off on Employee Handbook Mistakes…

Want to avoid lawsuits and protect your Company?  Your employee handbook can be your best defense or your best enemy.  Here are the common legal mistakes most employers make with their handbooks. 1.  Not staying up to date on changing laws.  Always update your handbook to comply with new and changing laws.  Also be sure to notify employees of the change and provide updated policies. 2.  Glossing over employee rights.  Some employers omit employee rights out of fear more employees will sue, but it is important to include them to avoid significant legal liability. 3.  Not clearly defining the...

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Is a PUMP a PUMP?…advice from Stump the Chump

Posted by on Jul 29, 2011 in Blog, Irrigation | Comments Off on Is a PUMP a PUMP?…advice from Stump the Chump

The majority of questions and requests for advice that I receive on a daily basis as I answer the phone from my “Stump the Chump” office, generally fall into two categories: What can I do to solve “situation explained” a poor performing irrigation system.  Generally the situation is a result of a marginal  installation or questionable design practices. Pump application and performance questions…..   Today I would like to share with you some thoughts on the pump questions and offer some up front considerations in an effort to make your relationship with a pump much more compatible. First,...

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