Sprinkler Installation, Commercial Lawn Care, and Sprinkler Repair in Brighton, CO
You may not think that sprinkler system installation or sprinkler system repair is a big thing in Brighton, CO, but you would be surprised at the number of homes as well as businesses that have found them to be an important part of their property maintenance. Our team at Colorado Sprinkler Repair has provided sprinkler installation as well as sprinkler repair for over 20 years, along with lawn care. Call us today to learn how we can help make your property the best it can be.
Sprinkler Systems in Brighton
When you have us perform a sprinkler system installation on your property, you are investing in your property and the longevity of your plants, from flowers to shrubs and trees. When you couple your lawn sprinkler system with a control unit to help schedule your waterings, you now have a powerful tool to ensure that you water when you should without worrying about evaporation by doing it in the middle of the day.
And when you add in moisture sensors to determine if you are overwatering your lawn or flowerbeds, you enhance that tool. You can also add a weather intelligence option to further enhance the tool to automatically prevent watering when you will be receiving rain. All of this happens automatically so you can just enjoy a better-looking lawn.
Commercial Lawn Care in Brighton, CO
We don’t just handle residential properties, we also care for many commercial properties. Contact Colorado Sprinkler Repair to have us handle all of your residential and commercial lawn care, sprinkler installation, sprinkler repair, and more.
Brighton was founded in the 1870s as a stage/railroad depot and farming community. Brighton’s future was guaranteed when it was officially selected as the county seat in 1904. The first county courthouse was built at 4th Avenue and Bridge Street; that building today serves as city offices. Brighton was home to several important statewide Japanese organizations in Colorado. In 1909, the Issei farmers organized the Japanese Farmers Association of Colorado at a meeting held in the Brighton town hall.