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Materials used in free-form vessels include: aluminum cans, copper mesh, beads, computer parts, copper, stainless steel strips, felt.


Free-form Vessels from Industrial Materials

  The Northeast Oklahoma and Southeast Kansas areas provide some unique challenges in lawn sprinkler design.  For example, parts of Bartlesville, Ok  are very rocky and others have heavy clay soils.  In order to design a proper system, this needs to be taken into consideration.  Mike has designed and installed sprinklers in all areas of Bartlesville and Dewey as well as many in Coffeyville, Kansas.  He has also done several in rural areas and is an expert at using alternative watering sources souch as wells or ponds. 

Mike has worked with all major manufacturers of spinkler products and has received training from Rainbird, Weathermatic and Hunter. 

When you call to get an estimate, Mike will make an appointment, not only to take measurements of your yard but also to discuss any changes you might be planning in the next few years.  Within a few days, Mike will deliver a bid to you.  Please call or e-mail if you have any questions.  As soon as you have made your decision, please call so you can be put on the schedule.  Mike and his crew work extra hard to leave your yard looking better when they leave than when they came.  Extra attention is given to filling trenches so that settling is kept to an absolute minimum.  Mike and the crew cannot work in mud.  This is to keep from doing damage to the existing turf and to keep the equipment from becoming stuck.  While this may add days to a job at some times of the year it is best.

Inner Space Copper Cube Bead Pod

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