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Techniques for Landscape Lighting


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When properly done, it?s the most profitable and least competitive of all the professions I know of,? says Nightscaping President Bill Locklin.   More
 
Sunday, September 1, 2002 Phillip Meeks

Profits Glow


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For nearly every landscape contractor, the spring and summer months are the hottest months, in terms of business. As the weather cools, contractors are faced with the issue of having enough work to keep their staff on through the off-peak months.    More
 
Thursday, August 1, 2002 Kelly Speed

Making the Move into Landscape Lighting


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Stuart is wondering once again whether the in-crease in his business is enough to justify the expense of an additional crew, equipment and new truck. His major concern is whether there will be enough work for that new crew when things slow down in December.    More
 
Saturday, September 1, 2001 Katherine Woodford

The Romantic Ambiance of the Nightscape


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Moreover, the romance they have experienced and the compliments from their neighbors has made them appreciate their contractor?s knowledge and ability to keep up with the advances in the green industry.    More
 
Friday, September 1, 2000

Light Idea Brings Heavy Profits


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You shouldn?t need a couple of inches of snow and 30 degree temperatures to remind you that landscaping, in most parts of the country, is a seasonal business. Regardless of the weather, bills still have to be paid and good employees, in a time of very low unemployment, are ever more important to hold on to.   More
 
Friday, September 1, 2000 Darryl Wilkinson

Nightlighting - The Landscaper's Opportunity


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For millennia, philosophers and physicists have tried to answer the question: What is light? The poor fools should have asked people in the landscape business. For them, light is money.   More
 
Thursday, July 1, 1999 David Seidman

Flowers in the Nightscape


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From wildflowers in a field to day lilies along a country lane to shrub roses on a trellis to a cutting garden near the house, nothing is more prized in the landscape than flowers.   More
 
Wednesday, July 1, 1998