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Busy Bee Lawn Care and Sprinkler Repair
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Sprinkler system problems on Lake Murray? We repair pumps, pump start relays, and everything in between. Give us a buzz!
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Busy bee lawn care of Columbia South Carolina is now offering a $35 off coupon for new lawn mowing service customers in 2018. All new customers will enjoy $35 off their bill at the end of a 12 month period of time. Enjoy the best lawn service in Columbia South Carolina now! Give us a buzz at 803-331-5323
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We are a professional lawn service, Columbia South Carolina since 2006. Regular biweekly visits doing fall leaf cleanup, mowing grass, and shaping bushes will have your lawn looking top notch! http://www.busybeelawncare.com/lawn-care-services-columbia
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For your lawn care, sprinkler repair, and outdoor LED landscape lighting call busy bee lawn and sprinkler at 803-331-5323 or visit us online at www.Busybeelawncare.com
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Leaking Rainbird sprinkler irrigation Zone Valve? We can fix you right up! Www.busybeelawncare.com
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Busy bee also does water feature and water fountain repair in Columbia South Carolina, Chapin, Lexington, and Irmo. If you have a water pump that needs replacement give us a buzz at 803-331-5323!
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Anyone need sprinkler repair? I've got a new tech and I'm trying to keep him busy busy πŸ˜ŽπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ. Murrca.
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Give us a buzz at (803)331-5323! So I had a great day working on a sprinkler system at a customers yard in Lexington South Carolina. Zone one was his drip irrigation which had lots of micro emitters watering small plants, some of which were broken, others needed to be replaced. Other drip irrigation issues on zone one were fixed, particularly where squirrels had chewed through the flex pipe. Zone two had six rotary Rainbird heads, two of which were not turning, which I replaced by digging them out. Zone three was the pop-up spray heads next to the driveway, two of which had clogged filters which I fixed as well as one VAN nozzle that needed replacing. Zone 4 was the backyard where he had run over a rotor head with his mower and it had broken off at the PVC connection... when the irrigation was installed, this head was installed "too high", which I buried deeper to remedy the situation. After setting the Rainbird Control Panel, I went over the sprinkler repairs with the customer and enjoyed a quick chat! Another happy customer! #lexington #sc #irrigation
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