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At Image Maker, the pride is in the details. To us, there is nothing better than aircraft aluminum light fixtures, a good valve manifold design and uniform water coverage.

Irrigation Installation

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Irrigation installation refers to the process of setting up an irrigation system to water crops or other plants. This typically involves designing the system, selecting and installing the necessary equipment, and laying out the distribution lines or other components of the system. This can include the use of irrigation pumps, pipes, valves, and sprinklers or drip irrigation systems. The goal of irrigation installation is to efficiently and effectively deliver water to the plants in a way that maximizes crop yields and minimizes water waste.

Irrigation Repair

Irrigation repair refers to the process of fixing or maintaining an existing irrigation system. This can include fixing leaks or broken components, adjusting the system to improve its efficiency, or replacing worn out parts. The repair process can be different depending on the type of irrigation system in place, such as fixing a broken sprinkler head, fixing a leaking pipe or underground valve, adjusting the timing and coverage of a sprinkler system, or troubleshoot issues with a drip system. The goal of irrigation repair is to keep the system working properly, so that it can continue to effectively deliver water to the plants and maintain crop yields.

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Landscape Lighting Installation

Low voltage landscape lighting installation refers to the process of setting up an outdoor lighting system that uses low voltage electricity to power the lights. This type of lighting system is typically used for decorative and accent lighting in outdoor areas such as gardens, walkways, and architectural features of buildings.

The installation process typically includes designing the lighting layout, selecting and installing the lights, and running the wiring to a transformer that steps down the voltage to a safe level for the lights. The lights are powered by a transformer which is connected to a 120-volt circuit and in turn it converts to low voltage 12 or 24 volts. The wiring can be buried underground or run above ground. The transformer, lights and switch to control the lighting system can be located in a convenient place such as a basement or a garage. The goal of low voltage landscape lighting installation is to provide an attractive and functional lighting system that enhances the appearance of the outdoor spaces while being energy efficient and easy to maintain.

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