Quality Sprinkler Systems in Maryland

A well-kept lawn not only increases the curb appeal of your home, but also your property value.

Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Lawn:

  • Fertilize to keep your grass healthy and strong
  • Treat for pests
  • Treat for weeds
  • Mow your lawn regularly
  • Reseed any bare spots
  • Install a good quality lawn sprinkler system

The secret to a lush green lawn is an automatic, professionally installed sprinkler system. Otherwise, lawn care requires a lot of time and efforts. Sprinkler systems will save you a lot of hard work and ensure that your lawn receives regular waterings.

Other Benefits of Sprinkler Systems

  • Evenly water your lawn
  • No over watering
  • Conserve water
  • Eliminate waste
  • Increase property value

Consult an Irrigation Expert

Your landscape contractor will come to your home, assess your landscaping needs, and design a sprinkler system for your yard. Your contractor will take into account your soil condition, which parts of your yard gets sun or shade, your grass, etc. Your system will be tailored for your needs, for your yard, and to fit your budget.

If you have any questions about Sprinkler Systems, contact TLC Incorporated by calling 888-742-5852 or click here today!

For more than 20 years, TLC, Inc has specialized in the planning, installation and maintenance of high-quality commercial and residential Lawn Sprinklers and Irrigation Systems, Lawn Lighting, Outdoor Lighting, and Holiday Lighting.

TLC also designs and installs outdoor, decorative and security lighting for lawns, gardens, pools, hot tubs, decks, and walkways – you name it and they’ll make it a feature that will add beauty (and value) to any home or business.

TLC Inc.: A dedicated team of Irrigation specialists for the Mid-Atlantic Region, including Maryland, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Delaware.

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Good Quality Sprinkler Systems Ensure Beautiful and Healthy Lawns

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