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Look both ways before crossing into 2018

Posted by on Jan 10, 2018 in Blog, Newsroom | 0 comments

Look both ways before crossing into 2018

Wait…take the best of both As we roll quickly into 2018 we encourage each of you to take time to review and look back at 2017 and take the best of that year with you into your plans for 2018.   Have you gathered with your team to discuss what they liked or disliked about their job, your Company strategies and in general their satisfaction about the work environment?   How about your customers?   Now is a great time to drop by and catch those key customers, maybe take them for a coffee break or meet for lunch.   LISTEN to what they have to say and...

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With all the flooding are you thinking WATER CONSERVATION?

Posted by on Apr 23, 2013 in Blog, Newsroom | 0 comments

With all the flooding are you thinking WATER CONSERVATION?

Record flooding….. Record rainfall……. So why would we be promoting WATER CONSERVATION? We want you to think back to last summer when water restrictions were in place and in some areas total bans on any form of outdoor watering.  Now is the time to prepare and be pro-active in water conservation. Are you educating your service team and customers to be mindful of how they can promote water conservation and strive for improved water efficiency in their daily use? Do you design your irrigation to incorporate the latest in technology for improved water efficiency and...

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Gratitude and Thanks…

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in Blog, Newsroom | 0 comments

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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Sales Motivation – When love comes a-trickling down

Posted by on Nov 18, 2012 in Blog, Newsroom | 0 comments

Sales Motivation – When love comes a-trickling down

Learn from others and find the resources to make you successful Often times we are tempted to start fresh and invent something new because we feel that in order to be successful we must come up with something that has never been done before.  Did you know that when Bette Midler recorded the #1 Hit “Wind Beneath My Wings” in 1988 she was actually the 17th recording artist to perform that song?   Perhaps taking something that has been done before, but doing it YOUR way will also become a #1 profit maker for you. At Kenney we work hard to make you successful and prosper.  Ultimately...

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Subsurface Drip Irrigation vs. Sprinkler Irrigation for Lawns

Posted by on Nov 5, 2012 in Blog, Newsroom | 0 comments

Subsurface Drip Irrigation vs. Sprinkler Irrigation for Lawns

Subsurface drip irrigation, the slow, precise application of water to a plant’s root zone, has been used for more than 30 years. In recent years, subsurface drip irrigation systems have gained greater acceptance in landscape and commercial turf applications. What is subsurface drip irrigation?  Subsurface drip irrigation is tubing that is trenched below the grass surface.  The system delivers water directly to the root system, where water is needed. Grass blades do not need watering, so getting the water directly to the root system is a more reliable way of ensuring the turf is getting water...

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7 Reasons to Use an Irrigation Consultant

Posted by on Oct 29, 2012 in Blog, Newsroom | 0 comments

7 Reasons to Use an Irrigation Consultant

For many new construction projects in the Midwest and Northeast, irrigation is typically viewed as an overlap of landscaping and therefore usually does not have a well defined plan. Without having a set plan that multiple contractors can use to base their price quotes on, the construction manager gets prices that are based on the individual contractor’s cheapest version of the plan, so the construction manager is not comparing apples-to-apples and is not getting the best irrigation system for the job. With this approach, the construction manager is basing their decision off of who has the...

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