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:: Trenching/Back hoeing :: Drainage :: Landscape Lighting ::
For Homeowners, Businesses, Municipalities or Contractors
(Please note all of the following are not limited to the provided examples)
Trenching/Back hoeing and drilling with a port-a-bore
Do you need electrical, water, or a gas supply for your pool, garage or shed? We can provide a trench or pull pipe that can be used for sleeving lines. We can also backfill your trenching line upon completion of your city inspection. Please contact your local city building department for proper "code" depths for the above lines prior to your estimate. We will need this information ahead of time in order to give an accurate estimate upon arriving at your site, and to make sure your trench will meet "code" requirements.
Trenching across a future driveway to install PVC sleeves. We also can drill under an existing driveway or walkway to get an irrigation pipe or wire across.
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Do you need drainage installed for downspouts, lawn areas, patios, or driveways? We can provide the trenching and/or install the necessary material to complete almost any job. If trenching requires digging up existing lawn or shrub areas, we can backfill, rake clean, and seed, sod, or mulch any disturbed landscaped areas.
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Landscape (Low Voltage) Lighting for Security, Safety, Beauty and a Greener tomorrow !!
A well-designed low voltage landscape lighting system is comprised of professional grade fixtures, stainless steel transformers, and proper hub wiring techniques. This is night and day compared to kits, fixtures or transformers you can buy from big box stores. The transformers and most of the fixtures we use at Jaques Irrigation come with a manufactuer lifetime warranty.
At Jaques Irrigation, LLC we provide design, installation, and service for low voltage landscape lighting. We service all types and brands of profesional low voltage lighting systems.
12 and 24 volt low voltage lighting consumes about 1/3 the electricity compared to high voltage systems and are far less expensive to install with little to no disruption of lawn and landscaping. A 35 or 50 watt bulb can replicate what a 75-90 watt line voltage lamp can do. We now offer LED lamp options that use even less energy. No deep trenching is needed so your lawn will look virtually the same after we leave.
High line voltage floodlights leave dark shadows and unseen areas around a property. A better choice is strategically placed low voltage lights that provide even amounts of illumination. It has been proven that lighting the landscape and home, deters intruders.
Low voltage lighting is the ideal choice for illuminating walkways and entrance ways. This ensures that residents and visitors can safely navigate around the property while also highlighting smaller plantings and hard-scaping. Line voltage path lights tend to have open sides creating a glaring effect from the lamp. You do not want to be blinded by the fixture and end up seeing green dots from the lights. Remember you want to see the effect not the source.
Low voltage lighting accentuates the shapes and textures of a landscape and its structures. Line voltage lighting uses basically one type of lamp (flood lights) that flattens the look of the landscape. Low voltage lighting uses a variety of lamp beam spreads and wattages that give us better control and projection of the light. Lighting designers not only paint pictures with light, they create dramatic scenes that give the viewer a dynamic experience of the property. Illuminating the private areas of a property allows for the evening enjoyment of decks, patios, pools and recreational spaces. At Jaques Irrigation, LLC we can zone each area of your property to your specific needs and provide you the ability to control your landscape lighting system with remote management using your iphone, ipad or android phone, as well as, a hand held remote control. We also have indoor switching controls and dimmable controls for functionality and flexibility.
To find out more information on having a low voltage professional lighting system installed or if you have an existing system and need professional service, please contact us.
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