Can you believe this gorgeous October???
We are open to new and current clients for winterizations. Please call (303.747.2810) or go to the “Contact Us” tab to email us for scheduling
Concerned about a freeze coming up? Look up to the Freeze Warning tab for actions you can take.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Spring officially starts on March 20th, but there are obvious signs that spring is on its way – warmer temps, spring snows, long unseen animals and birds appearing.
- Schedule early to assure you receive the day and time that fits your busy schedule. We will start spring turn-ons in mid- April.
- Do you have a repair or system improvement that you would like to see completed before we turn on your system? Call us and we can get you on our schedule.
- We offer free estimates to our current clients.
- Stay in touch to receive timely seasonal news that affect sprinklers/water usage in Boulder County. Look to your lower right to sign-up for Cottonwood Sprinkler blog updates.
Every year we receive questions such as when to prune a spruce tree or what kind of grass mix to use. For answers to a lot of your plant questions, please visit to The Colorado State University Extension webpage http://www.ext.colostate.edu/menu_garden.html
Lyons and the Flood
Every day we watch the rebuilding of “our” canyon out of Lyons as the workers push to beat the spring run-off, and our hearts go out to those who lost so much. We encourage you to consider “Shop Small’ by coming to Lyons to support our many shops – any amount you spend will help rebuild our town.
Below are some websites that may be of interest:
What is Lyons About? http://www.rockymtretreats.com/lyons.htm
Lyons is a place of parks – flood before and after pictures http://www.townoflyons.com/donate-to-help-rebuid-lyons-parks
Planet Bluegrass is working hard to be fully open this summer: http://www.bluegrass.com/
Lyons is known for it’s arts and crafts environment, and has many artists in residence who are generous with displaying their art throughout town.
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