Landscape Lighting News

Hot Weather Demands Special Tree Care

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Editor’s Note-These tips were prepared especially for Lentz Landscape Lighting by renowned Texas gardening expert Neil Sperry. Those beautiful shade trees that showcase your glorious Lentz Landscape Lighting are your garden’s most valuable assets. Late summer is a very challenging time for them. Here are ways to lessen that stress. Water deeply and less frequently. That encourages deeper root growth …

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Winter Gardening Tips from Texas Gardening Expert Neil Sperry

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Editor’s Note-These tips were prepared especially for Lentz Landscape Lighting by renowned Texas gardening expert Neil Sperry. Winter Watering is Critical   Your trees and shrubs need moisture during the winter, just as they do during the growing season. Plants’ roots grow during the cold weather, getting the trees and shrubs ready for the summer that’s sure to follow. It’s also …

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Highland Park Milestone-Lentz Lighting is proud to be part of this historic event

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Highland Park, TX–June 5th was a red letter day for Highland Park. The newly-renovated town hall reopened following a $20 million dollar restoration and expansion project. This venture is the most extensive public works endeavor in Highland Park history. Lentz Landscape Lighting beautifully illuminated exteriors and surrounding gardens. The rededication ceremony took place exactly 90 years to the day after …

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How Does Your Garden Glow?

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Dallas, TX— More and more North Texas homeowners are finding their favorite time to spend in their gardens is after sundown. With the addition of strategic outdoor lighting, gardens transform into additional living spaces, moonlit walking paths, and alfresco dining options.  Richard Lentz, president of Lentz Landscape Lighting for over 27 years, shares a few tips on enhancing your gardens …

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Residential Realtors Recommend Landscape Lighting To Improve Value of Homes

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Dallas, TX— According to a recent conversation with members of the local residential real estate community, exterior landscape lighting is considered an important feature that not only enhances the aesthetics and security of a home, but also improves the marketability of the property. David Nichols, Mathews-Nichols Real Estate Group Founding Partner and Allie Beth Allman & Associates Executive Vice President, …

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Lentz Landscape Lighting Featured in Landscape Architect Magazine

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Lentz Landscape Lighting and Linda Tycher & Associates, Inc., Landscape Architects were recently featured in an issue of Landscape Architect magazine. The article featured an Ennis, Texas residence, guesthouse and pool located on the highest point of land between Dallas and Houston, about 30 miles southeast of  Dallas. Soft, natural landscape lighting enhances the home, guest house, pool and the lake, as …

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Decorative Lighting With Lentz Landscape Lighting

Is your home ready for the fall season? If your home doesn’t have decorative lighting with Lentz Landscape Lighting, it’s not! Lentz Landscape Lighting can provide your home with full decorative lighting services including LED light installation, special effects and more. Use the holiday season to express your joy for the season or just to add a little fall color …

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Time For Landscape Lighting Maintenance

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Spring is in full bloom and we’re rapidly headed for the hot Texas summer. Have you had your outdoor landscape lighting maintenance done yet? If it’s been longer than six months, now’s the time to schedule a maintenance check. A landscape lighting maintenance is an annual or bi-annual review which includes walking the property looking for system damage, full system testing, …

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Ready For Texas Heat This Summer?

Ready to Beat the Summer Heat? Texas summers would be pretty miserable without the cooling power of air conditioning units. When it reaches 110 degrees in Texas in July, you want to know your air conditioner is going to keep you as cool as possible. But did you know with a few simple changes, you could benefit the environment and …

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Ready for Summer Blackouts?

The Dallas Morning News reported onFebruary 10, 2012 regarding serious power issues to come this summer if Texas experiences weather conditions similar to last year’s. Record breaking temperatures last summer along with little to no rain has left electricity reserves and water reservoirs low, both of which are necessary for the power grid to operate properly. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas(ERCOT) reported to state …

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