Introducing Diamond Dan!

Posted on February 09, 2012

Welcome to our brand new web site!  We would like to announce the hiring of our newest employee, Diamond Dan!  Starting his career at Diamond Head Sprinklers Inc. in 2012, Dan will play the role of our website mascot, helping you to navigate our site and find the information you’re looking for.  Dan’s first project was working with the LMA team in the building of this site.  As you move throughout our site, Diamond Dan will guide you on your journey.  We have even been fortunate enough to have some of his family members and friends involved in our initial photo shoot for the web site. >Read More

Adding Mid Season Visits!

Posted on February 09, 2012

The purpose of Diamond Head Sprinklers performing a mid season visit is to minimize the costs that can arise from improper controller scheduling, plant growth, leaks, broken sprinkler heads and overspray into unwanted areas resulting in wasted water. The hammock the kids purchased for dad on Father’s Day is great for relaxing in, but it blocks coverage to the Hydrangea Limelight that was planted on Mother’s Day. You recently completed a new shed or moved your waste storage area to a new location and it is now situated on top of a sprinkler head. These are just a few issues that need to be addressed from time to time on your>Read More

STOP Fertilizing Manually!

Posted on January 23, 2012

Diamond Head Sprinklers Inc. has successfully adapted the key delivery and installation aspects required for fertigation to residential, commercial and municipal landscapes, by being Ontario’s only Authorized Installer of the EZ-FLO Fertigation System. You probably have invested a fair amount time and money on your landscape throughout the years. In addition, you also have an emotional connection and sense of satisfaction that comes from having a beautiful landscape. Diamond Head Sprinklers helps you achieve that beautiful look by embracing a new way of thinking about fertilizing your landscape. No longer is it necessary to use common broadcast fertilizing techniques. You can now get better results for your landscape, while saving money and virtually>Read More
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