Newsroom

Kenney Outdoor Solutions Irrigation Support frequently issues press releases and other information to the media. These items are ordered chronologically below.

 

Is Subsurface Drip Irrigation Right for My Business?

Posted by on Sep 17, 2012 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Is Subsurface Drip Irrigation Right for My Business?

Is Subsurface Drip Irrigation Right for My Business?

Navigating unfamiliar territory can make anyone nervous. But navigating unfamiliar territory when it comes to your business can be one of the most daunting tasks you undertake. When it comes to growing trends, making the call to adopt or pass over those trends is difficult but impossible to avoid. As a landscape contractor, it is understandable that you may be hesitant to forgo the traditional sprinkler irrigation route for the unfamiliar terrain of subsurface drip irrigation systems. The reality is subsurface drip irrigation is not only a...

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Solar Lighting: Fast and Profitable

Posted by on Sep 5, 2012 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Solar Lighting: Fast and Profitable

Solar Lighting: Fast and Profitable

Lighting your next landscape project doesn’t have to be a chore. Kenney Outdoor Solutions has a new product that can save you time and money. Solar Lighting are no maintenance, easy to install and environmentally friendly outdoor lights.  These aren’t your average outdoor solar lights. The battery-free LED paving tiles can be installed anywhere, quickly and hassle free. Each light is rated for 100,000 charges and will charge whether it is sunny or raining. The high quality, attractive designs come in a variety of colors, sizes and custom...

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Setting the Gold Standard in LED

Posted by on Feb 23, 2012 in Blog, Business and Marketing, Landscape Lighting, News | Comments Off on Setting the Gold Standard in LED

 The New Flex Series LED Setting the GOLD standard in LED lighting with Unique Lighting With a wide range of wattages, beam spreads and three color temperatures available, we feel confident you will find what you need to create a beautiful and energy efficient lighting portrait. What do you need to know before choosing an LED lamp and/or fixture?  What is CCT?    Correlated Color Temperature  Our lamps will have available CCT’s of 2700 (warm white), 3000 (white) and one lamp will have 5000 (cool white). CRI = Color Rendering Index Color...

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Are you happy doing what you’re doing?

Posted by on Feb 23, 2012 in Blog, Business and Marketing, Landscape Lighting, News | Comments Off on Are you happy doing what you’re doing?

Landscape lighting can be a successful and satisfying career…listen to the thoughts of Ralph Redmond, or Indiana Outdoor Lighting.

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Landtech to Discuss High-Efficiency Irrigation at Upcoming Events: ASLA and WaterSmart Innovations

Posted by on Oct 21, 2011 in Blog, News | Comments Off on Landtech to Discuss High-Efficiency Irrigation at Upcoming Events: ASLA and WaterSmart Innovations

Jim Davis, General Manager of Landtech Irrigation Consultants, is a certified irrigation designer by the Irrigation Association and an EPA ‘WaterSense Partner’. His 20+ years of experience in landscape irrigation design will be shared as a panelist at two educational series in the Fall of 2011. Davis, together with John Bauer of Wahaso and Mark Coopersmith of ETwater, were chosen as a panelist for the 4th Water Smart Innovations Conference and Expo 2011. Water-efficiency professionals from across the United States and around the world...

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Sales Wisdom of the Elephants

Posted by on Oct 21, 2011 in Blog, Business and Marketing, News | Comments Off on Sales Wisdom of the Elephants

Article by Jill Konrath with reprint permission. Moments after entering Pilanesburg National Park,  we came to a screeching halt to watch a matriarchal herd of twenty- five elephants cross the road. In the group were toddlers who barely came up to their mommy’s tummy, as well as teenagers who were being chastised for unruly behavior. One-by-one, the elephants marched down to the lake where they drank their fill and played in the water. Next, they moved to the mud pits to wallow in the muck. Finally, they wandered over to dry ground,...

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