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Education along with technology is the foundation for a program with Ferrandino & Son. Scroll down to read up some of our latest features on the services and programs you find most important.

WEBINAR: Snow Removal RFP Best Practices

Presented By: Kevin Smith, COO Description/Learning Objectives: The most successful snow removal programs start in the summer during the RFP process. On August 22nd, Ferrandino & Son presents their annual Snow Removal RFP Best Practices Webinar. Updated with the...

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Three Types of Wastewater

Three Types of Wastewater Oh no! You’ve experienced a flooding or sewage emergency. What happens next? The steps you’ll take to begin addressing water damage in your home depend heavily on the type of wastewater you’re dealing with.Blackwater refers to wastewater...

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Backflow Prevention – What is it and Why Do We Need it?

Backflow Prevention – What is it and Why Do We Need it?Cross-connections in plumbing are defined as actual or potential connections between a potable and non-potable water supply. This can constitute a serious public health hazard. There are numerous well documented...

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Managing your Drain Lines

Managing your drain linesMaintaining and Managing Drains'Out of sight out of mind'. That’s the problem with the drain line. What we can’t see will hurt us. When the drain line backs up everything connected to it backs up with it. There are many drain lines within a...

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Top 3 Ways to Keep a Green Lawn

Top 3 Ways to Keep a Green LawnIt’s May and everyone is looking for that eye-catching green lawn. Temperatures are moderate, rainfall is abundant, and you could probably cut the lawn twice a week if you really wanted to. This week we are looking at spring turf...

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5 Property Maintenance Tips Everyone Should Follow

5 Property Maintenance Tips Everyone Should FollowDetails Matter...For Brand ImageWhen we look at the anatomy of a landscape season, our focus typically migrates to what we often identify as milestone services. “Has the Spring Clean Up been completed?”, “When are we...

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Start Irrigation Out Right

Start Irrigation Out RightIf April showers bring May flowers, what follows May flowers? If you’re in elementary school, the answer is Pilgrims. For the rest of us, the answer is a little less witty. As the cooler, rainy days of early Spring fade away, we are faced...

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Putting the Snow Season to Bed

The calendar told us that winter was over back on March 21st but Mother Nature hadn’t given in until April was well underway. At this point, only the northern most areas should have any concerns with accumulating snow and the better part of the nation is well into...

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5 Tips for Mulching

5 Tips for Mulching In our last post, To Mulch or Not to Mulch, we focused on the attributes of mulching, and the pros and cons to consider when evaluating budgets and determining how mulch may fit into your programs. While many organizations have faced this...

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To Mulch, or Not to Mulch…. That is the question.

To Mulch, or Not to Mulch…. That is the question.It's All About MulchEvery year it seems as if more and more facility managers are challenged with delivering budget savings. One of the most common areas to search for these savings falls into the service lines where...

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