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Equipment Finance 101: Lease vs Finance vs Rent

Posted by Ryan Moore on Jul 7, 2015 5:33:00 PM


The right power equipment can make or break both the day-to-day operation and the long-term success of your business. But it's not enough to just choose the right pieces of equipment, you must also successfully manage the expenses surrounding the acquisition and maintenance of that equipment.

Unless you have a significant amount of cash on hand, it's generally best to finance at least part of your purchase. In fact, over 80% of the commercial power equipment that we sell at Horizon is financed.

But what financial product is best for you? In this article, we'll identify some of the advantages and disadvantages of financing, leasing, and renting commercial power equipment and look at some key questions that will help you determine which option is best for you.


Financing Power Equipment

Financing can be a great tool when there's a piece of equipment that you want to add to your fleet for the long-term, but prefer to keep cash on hand for other expenses. There are two main types of financing available:

1. Installment Loans - Commonly used for larger purchases, installment loans offer predictability. You get a fixed payment at a certain interest rate that pays for the unit over an agreed upon number of payments.

2. Credit Cards & Lines of Credit - Also referred to as revolving credit, credit cards and lines of credit offer more flexibility than a loan. Both can be used for multiple transactions and are automatically renewed as debts are paid off.

Why Finance?
• Financing helps you preserve cash flow by spreading your payments out over time.
• Financing usually offers the most tax deductions (e.g. depreciation, insurance, repairs, taxes, and interest). Be sure to check with your tax professional prior to purchase to confirm what deductions you're eligible for.

Disadvantages of Financing:
• Overall cost is higher than what you would pay if you had purchased the unit outright.
• Payments are typically higher than a lease.
• Repairs not covered under warranty are your responsibility.

Key Questions to Answer Before You Finance:
• Is this a loan, credit line, or credit card?
• What can be purchased with this account (e.g. specific product/manufacturer, accessories, used equipment, repairs & service)?
• What is the down payment?
• What is the monthly payment?
• What is the interest rate?
• What is the total cost over the lifetime of the loan?
• Are there any pre-payment penalties?
• What happens if you miss a payment?
• What are the tax benefits?

Leasing Power Equipment

Leasing can be a great tool for acquiring equipment that you would like to use for the mid to long-term, but it's important to be aware of the terms of the lease because there are different types. Some leases act as an extended rental agreement, but others are structured more like a loan and give you the option to purchase the unit when the lease is over.

Why Lease?
• Leases help you stay current with the latest technology and allow you to keep newer equipment in your fleet.
• Like a loan, a lease allows you to preserve cash flow by spreading payments out over time.
• Lease payments are often lower than loan payments.
• You can usually deduct your monthly payments as an operating expense for tax purposes. Be sure to check with your tax professional beforehand.
• Some leases cover maintenance.

Disadvantages of Leasing:
• Many leases limit the number of hours you can put on the unit and the penalty for going over that limit can be severe.
• Overall cost is often higher than what you would pay if you had purchased the unit outright.
• Leases generally offer fewer tax benefits than loans.

Key Questions to Answer Before You Lease:
• What happens at the end of the lease?
• If you decide to purchase the unit, what will the purchase price be?
• What is the down payment?
• What is the monthly payment?
• What is the interest rate?
• Is there a service contract? What does it cover?
• How many unit hours are you permitted? What is the penalty if you go over those hours?
• What happens if you miss a payment?
• What are the tax benefits?

Renting Power Equipment

Renting can be an excellent short-term solution, especially when it's unlikely that the equipment will become a permanent part of your fleet. But renting is not without risk and the higher cost of renting must be considered to ensure profitability.

Why Rent?
• You need additional equipment for seasonal work or to complete a project that's outside of your normal service offering.
• You want to try out a new piece of equipment before purchasing, financing, or leasing it.
• An important piece of equipment is in the shop and you need an immediate replacement.

Disadvantages of Renting:
• Renting generally costs significantly more than financing or leasing.
• It can be time-consuming to learn how to operate new equipment and to pick it up and return it to the rental company.
• You may be liable for damage to the unit, which can further inflate your costs.

Key Questions to Answer Before You Rent:
• What is the daily/weekly/monthly cost of renting?
• Is there enough margin in the job to cover the cost of a rental?
• Who is responsible for servicing or repairing the unit?
• Under what circumstances are you liable for damage to the unit?
• Do you need insurance coverage? If so, what is the cost?


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Lowering Product & Labor Costs at 140+ Properties (Case Study)

Posted by Ryan Moore on Jul 2, 2015 4:18:00 PM

coast_landscaping_logo_2About Coast Landscaping Inc.

Coast Landscaping Inc. has been a leader in all areas of water and landscape management since 1978 and works closely with both management firms and municipalities. They serve over 140 properties throughout California through their two divisions: Landscape Construction and Interior/Exterior Landscape Maintenance. 

Coast Landscaping Inc. is one of the few companies that has acquired both the State of California small business status (SBE) as well as the City of San Diego emerging Local Business Enterprise (ELBE) status. Their experienced team serves, but is not limited to, general contractors, municipalities, homeowner associations (HOAs), owner associations and commercial units.  

The Problem

Because of their size and span, Coast Landscaping was experiencing problems with consistency in their product applications. With 140+ properties being managed by a team of supervisors, different products were being used on different schedules, leading to inconsistent results.

Some supervisors were using standard N-P-K fertilizer, resulting in more frequent applications and higher labor costs. Others were also splitting their chemical applications from their nutrition, again increasing labor costs and ultimately reducing product effectiveness.

The Solution

Coast Landscaping Inc. worked with Horizon’s local Business Development Representative Neb Keeton to create a plan that would fit their clients' needs and circumstances, while limiting the use of chemicals and the need for additional applications. The new landscape maintenance schedule also needed to be financially responsible, especially when it came to managing some of their large commercial clients.

By moving to the TurfGro™ Extended Feed Fertilizer and the TurfGro™ Weed and Feed with Surge, Coast was able to achieve their goals of lowering chemical usage and labor costs while increasing client satisfaction. In addition, Neb helped them execute the new plan by providing informative materials for employee safety training and MSDS lists.

The Result

Since the conversion, Coast Landscaping Inc. has been able to use smaller application rates with less frequency, reducing overall costs especially cost per application. They have been able to pass those savings on to their clients, resulting in more satisfied and loyal customers.

The TurfGro Extended Feed Fertilizer has produced healthier looking plant material, while the pre-emergent weed control has improved appearances while helping reduce labor costs. Tyler Mason, Coast Landscaping's Operations Coordinator, noted, “By incorporating pre-emergent into the fertilizer and the aid of slow-release fertilizers we have been able to increase the effectiveness of the fertilizer while eliminating excess growth, increasing mowing efficiency, and building a healthier root mass.”

Want to Lower Costs and Achieve More Consistency at the Sites You Manage?
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Topics: Maintenance, Fertilizer

California Governor Brown Mandates Statewide Water Restrictions

Posted by Ryan Moore on Apr 1, 2015 3:41:35 PM

california_governor_brown_issues_mandatory_water_restrictionsFollowing the lowest snowpack ever recorded and with no end to the drought in sight, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced actions that will save water, increase enforcement to prevent wasteful water use, streamline the state's drought response, and invest in new technologies that will make California more drought resilient.

A full copy of his executive order can be found here.

For the first time in state history, the Governor has directed the State Water Resources Control Board to implement mandatory water reductions in cities and towns across California in an effort to reduce water usage by 25%.

Actions provided in the executive order that directly affect the green industry include:
 - Replacing 50 million square feet of lawns throughout the state with drought tolerant landscaping.
 - Significant cuts in water use on campuses, golf courses, cemeteries and other large landscapes.
 - Prohibitions on irrigating with potable water in new homes and developments unless water-efficient drip irrigation systems are used,
 - Bans on the watering of ornamental grass on public street medians.

Increased Enforcement Against Water Waste

The Governor's executive order also calls on local water agencies to adjust their rate structures and utilize surcharges, fees, and penalties to maximize water conservation. Urban water suppliers are required to provide monthly information on water usage, conversation, and enforcement to the Water Board.


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How to Add Light Fixtures in Less Than a Minute With a FLEX Wire Lead

Posted by Ryan Moore on Jan 29, 2015 11:02:00 AM

If you're looking for a lighting system that makes it easy to add additional fixtures as your landscape matures, Unique Lighting System's new Elements Series Alloy line is an option that can cut out a lot of unnecessary installation time.

Element Series fixtures come with a FLEX Auxiliary Wire Lead that allows you to add additional fixtures without having to splice the wire or run extra wire back to the hub.

In this 2 minute video, Mike Borgeson, National Trainer for Unique Lighting Systems, shows you how the FLEX Auxillary Wire works and how to install an additional fixture in 4 simple steps.

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6 Ways to Start Talking Smart Water with Your Clients

Posted by Ryan Moore on Jul 7, 2014 3:06:00 PM

hose watering lawnAs irrigation and landscape professionals, you know the benefits of using smart water products - reduction in water usage, healthier soil, lower water bills.

But often the hardest part is talking to your clients about why this makes sense for them. While phrases like “distribution uniformity” and “precipitation rates” are common to us, it can be difficult to translate to a homeowner.

Here are some 6 suggestions for talking “smart” to your clients.

Use Visuals They Can Understand

Changing out 10 sprays to PRS heads can save up to 30,000 gallons of water a year. Sounds like a lot. Or is it? That number is pretty intangible.

So use it in a context your client will understand. Instead, try “that’s like filling up your pool twice a year!” That’s something they can relate to.

Show the Savings

Don’t just talk about the savings, show them. There are a number of smart water calculators available from manufacturers and distributors that allow you to enter real-world data like cost of water per gallon, number of heads, etc. The tools are easy to use and can be entered and calculated in about 2 minutes.

Know the Water District Rebates Available in Your Area

Many city and county water districts offer water-saving rebate programs for EPA Watersense labeled products as well as water conservation services. But sometimes these programs can be a little confusing and even intimidating. By becoming familiar with the programs in your area you just increased your value to your client and helped differentiate yourself from your competitors.

A reference for local rebates in 10 states is available at: http://www.horizononline.com/resources-and-training/water-rebates

It’s Not All About Money

Fortunately for most of us, water is still inexpensive. So a typical urban home won’t see the financial impact like a community association or office campus.

But all of us know that many states are facing drought issues and that we all have to do our part to conserve. And most homeowners don’t realize how much of their water is being used outside of the house. Use the graphics provided by organizations like WaterSense to show that up to HALF of their water usage is outside.

Lawns Are Not Evil

Many areas facing drought are going to the extreme of pulling up turf and replacing with hardscaping or artificial turf. And while these are both valid options, temperatures around grassy areas are about 25 degrees cooler than around dead grass or concrete, while removing CO2, dust, and other contaminants from the atmosphere.

It’s important to remind clients of the benefit of healthy landscapes around their house while assuring them that with Smart Water products you can maintain that beauty with less water.

Find the Tools You Need on HorizonOnline.com

Horizon has compiled the industry’s best contractor-to-homeowner selling tools to help you have the Smart Water conversation with your clients. These tools talk everything from smart products to efficient irrigation to help the homeowner understand the benefits and importance of using more innovative products in their irrigation system. Whether left on the door or in a formal sales presentation, these tools will help you be professional and prepared.

Download the files for free at http://www.horizononline.com/resources-training/drought-solutions


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Topics: Maintenance, Water Conservation, Construction, Water Rebate Programs

California Drought 101 Seminar Coming to 7 Horizon Stores

Posted by Ryan Moore on Feb 13, 2014 5:46:00 PM

With the looming drought and predicted water shortages upon us, how is your business going to adapt? We have some proven ideas to not only make you money, but to help you differentiate against the competition this year.

Seminars run March 10th-20th at 7 different Horizon stores from 9am-3pm with lunch provided.

Seminar Schedule

Local Water Usage Resources
Presented by Local Water Purveyor Representative(s)

      • What are the current water use restrictions?
      • What is the next stage water use restrictions?
      • What will it take for all water use restrictions to go away?
      • What resources does their District provide (rebates, loans, information, etc.)

Low Hanging Fruit
Presented by Bob Franchetto

      • Check for leaks and repair – common problem areas
      • How to read water meters – identify leak(s) you haven’t previously noticed or found
      • Stop sprinkler irrigation runoff – cycle and soak
      • Minimize evaporation – mulch, mulch, mulch
      • Hydrozoning

Smart Water
Presented by Bob Franchetto

      • Evapotranspiration, Coefficient of Uniformity
      • Pressure Compensating Sprayheads and ROI Calculators
      • Subsurface Irrigation – the what, where and how
      • Drip Irrigation
      • Smartwater Controllers – components, benefits & features

How Healthy Soil/Plant Relationships Save Water
Presented by Bob Franchetto

      • Positive impacts of consistent soil moisture content
      • Surfactants
      • Wetting Agents
      • Mycorrhizae
      • Carbon
      • Aeration

How to Prepare a Smart Water Retrofit Proposal
Presented by Bob Franchetto

      • Steps to completing an effective Water Saving Audit
      • From the ‘ground’ up – soil to mulch to sprinkler to nozzle to controller
      • HDI provided tools – Audit checklist, ROI calculators, fill in the blank presentation/order forms

Locations & Dates

March 10th — Horizon Concord
1880 Arnold Industrial Pl.
Ph: 925.825.3344
Fax: 925.798.9436
March 11th — Horizon San Jose
1990 Stone Ave.
Ph: 408.287.7882
Fax: 408.287.1336
March 12th — Horizon Fresno
349 W. Bedford Ave.
Ph: 559.431.8007
Fax: 559.431.2714
March 13th — Horizon Sacramento
301 Broadway
Ph: 916.492.1000
Fax: 916.492.1057
March 18th — Horizon Orange
412 W. Levers Pl.
Ph: 714.279.8060
Fax: 714.279.8095
March 19 — Horizon San Diego
7366 Engineer Rd.
Ph: 858.278.5151
Fax: 858.278.5252
March 20th — Horizon Vista
975 Poinsettia Ave.
Ph: 760.291.1916
Fax: 760.291.1917


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10 Water Conservation Tips to Counteract the California Drought

Posted by Ryan Moore on Jan 23, 2014 2:58:00 PM

US Drought Map 1.23.2014

Current Drought Conditions in California

Many parts of California experienced the driest year in recorded state history in 2013. And current conditions in 2014 don't look much better. 

Just last week, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. declared a State of Emergency and directed state officials to take all necessary actions to prepare for drought conditions.

“We can’t make it rain, but we can be much better prepared for the terrible consequences that California’s drought now threatens, including dramatically less water for our farms and communities and increased fires in both urban and rural areas,” said Governor Brown. “I’ve declared this emergency and I’m calling all Californians to conserve water in every way possible.”

To help green industry professionals in California prepare for the shift in business that accompanies drought conditions and the inevitable water restrictions that follow, Jenny Barnett, Horizon's Bay Area Regional Manager, asked local industry expert Peter Estournes to identify key water management practices that will become more and more essential in the coming years. Here is his response:

10 Water Conservation Tips for Landscape Professionals

  1. Check for Leaks and Repair - Leaks can occur for many reasons and in many parts of watering systems. Review sites weekly for "weeping"  valves, sprinklers, hose bibs, etc..

  2. Incorporate New Technology - There are many types of smart water products that significantly decrease the amount of water used without sacrificing plant health. Weather based controllers that apply water according to weather conditions, soil type, sprinkler type, exposure and other variables. Rain shut off devices which interrupt irrigation cycles during rain events. Drip irrigation and sub-surface irrigation that get the right amount of water directly to the root system.

  3. Learn to Read Water Meters - This might be the most important tool in your arsenal.  A water meter can tell you if there is a leak somewhere and is an invaluable tool for using a water budget for the site. Regularly reading a water meter can point to anomalies in water use that can then be traced and repaired if needed

  4. Program Irrigation Controller Efficiently and Run Multiple Cycles - Also called cycle and soak. This allows for infiltration into the ground and percolation through the soil. Base your programming on a water budget that is site specific.

  5. Hydrozoning - Grouping plants with similar watering needs together. This is a requirement of the California Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance which went into effect in 2010.

  6. Minimize Evaporation - Mulch! Mulch! Mulch! Minimizing evaporation through the proper use of mulch greatly reduces water lost to the air.

  7. Check Soil Moisture Before Irrigating - If the soil is moist to 4"  below the surface, hold off watering. A 6" long screw driver or soil probe are good tools for this.  

  8. Avoid Runoff - To gauge the time to run off, turn on a sprinkler zone and track the time until water runoff begins. That is the amount of run time that should be entered into the controller followed by at least 30 minutes before the next cycle.

  9. Utilize Water Budgeting - A plan for using a defined amount of water over a certain length of time that is based upon weather pattern (Evapotranspiration), type of plants and size of the area irrigated. Water use is tracked by a water meter then compared to the budget and adjusted accordingly to meet the budget.

  10. Learn Soil/Plant Relationships - Landscape plantings need healthy soil to grow and thrive. The more healthy a plant is, the more stress it can tolerate. Knowing soil type will help with irrigation scheduling. Being able to identify plants will indicate how to best care for the landscape as a whole. In times of drought, reducing fertilizing and pruning can help plants survive with a reduced amount of water

Recommended Resources

1. QWEL - Recently recognized as a WaterSense labeled certification program, Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper training is an affordable, proactive, and local approach to reducing landscape water demand. QWEL provides graduates with knowledge in water efficient and sustainable landscape practices including water management and preservation of other valuable resources. Graduates are eligible to become a WaterSense Irrigation Partner.

2. BizPro Training Videos - A series of training videos produced by Horizon that show how to grow your business through niche opportunities. Current videos focusing on water conservation include: Growing Your Business Through Water Conservation, Smart Water Controllers 101, Smart Water Sprays & Nozzles, and Rain Bird Drip Irrigation Conversion.

About the Author

Peter Estournes, vice president of Gardenworks Inc., has been involved in the landscape industry since he was a young boy working for his father’s landscape company.

Peter graduated with a degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Cal Poly Pomona and has worked as a nurseryman, grower, consultant, and contractor. He is licensed by the state of California as a Landscape Contractor (C-27) and Qualified Pesticide Applicator. He is also a Certified Landscape Professional and Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor.



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Silver Certification Classes Start at 2 Horizon Texas Locations November 5th!

Posted by Ryan Moore on Oct 24, 2013 11:39:00 AM

Any distributor can show you how a product works....Let us show you how it works and how to make more MARGIN with it.  

Horizon is starting its Silver Certified Customer Program at Horizon Richardson and Horizon Bedford on November 5th.

This is a new and improved class series encompassing ALL aspects of landscape and irrigation. Each 60-90 minute class will show you how to make more and higher margins with product, plans or business efficiencies. To reach Silver Certification, you must attend each of the 7 classes.

Every class will have lunch provided and you'll also receive free giveaways or services that go along with the class being taught.

At the end of May, owners who have reached Silver Certification will be entered to win a trip for themselves and their spouse to Tangle Ridge. Trip includes overnight stay, striper fishing, a round of golf for the owner, and a spa package for the spouse.

Refer to the table below to see the class schedule, required company representative, and what you get for attending each class.

Have questions or need more information? Contact Eric McGinnis at (469) 446-6023.

Download the Horizon Silver Certified Customer Program Flyer (PDF)

Class Location, Date & Time

Class Name

Class Description

Required Company Representative

What You Get For Attending!


Richardson, TX    Tuesday, Nov. 5th 10am


Bedford, TX Tuesday, Nov. 5th   2pm


Make Margins and Business Efficiencies Work for You

Shawn Connors with Neal Iverson presenting

Program Introduction -The Power of 1%

Organization and Improving Margins - 24/7 & Other Ways to Be Efficient

Owner or General Manager



Richardson, TX    Tuesday, Dec. 10th Noon


Bedford, TX Wednesday, Dec. 11th Noon


 Green and Weed Free - How the Right Program Let's You Work Less For More Margin

Eric McGinnis presenting

 Fertilizer and Chemicals 101

The Basics of a Proven Program

 Owner, Operations Manager, or Spray Tech

 5 Free soil samples for one property with analysis of a recommended program OR on site calibration of spreaders and sprayers

Richardson, TX    Tuesday,  Jan. 21st Noon


Bedford, TX Wednesday, Jan. 22nd Noon


 Power Thru The Competition

Doug Curtis presenting

 Power Equipment, Parts and Service

Efficiencies with Power Equipment Buying and Service

 Owner, Operations Manager, or Account Manager

 Basic parts - Trimmer line - 6 pack of oil - Edger blades OR Aeration demo of 1 acre

Richardson, TX    Tuesday, Feb. 11th Noon


Bedford, TX Tuesday, Feb. 12th Noon


 Taking Your Water to School and Making Your Business Smarter With It

Neal Iverson presenting


 How to Save Water and Make Margin While Doing It

Point of Input to Nozzle Water Program

 Owner, Operations Manager, or Irrigation Manager

 1 zone or 10 PRS heads and smart nozzles - Irrigation audit on up to 5 zones on their property


Richardson, TX    Tuesday, March 11th Noon


Bedford, TX Wednesday, March 12th Noon


Graduating Your Smart Water with Even Smarter Agronomics

Nick Dilorenzo and Eric McGinnis presenting

 Combining Your Smart Water with Proven Agronomic Programs to Save More

Aquatrols, Sanctuary, and Mechanical

 Owner, Operations Manager, or Spray Tech

 An acres worth of Sanctuary fertilizer

Richardson, TX    Tuesday,  April 15th Noon


Bedford, TX Wednesday, April 16th Noon


 Differentiation Thru Becoming a Specialist

Eric McGinnis presenting

 How to Differentiate Your Company with Specialty Products

Lighting, BBQs and Specialty


Owner, Operations Manager, or Construction Manager

 5 LED replacement lamps and retro fit on their property of choice or a lighting demo

Richardson, TX    Tuesday,  May 15th Noon


Bedford, TX Wednesday, May 16th Noon


Taking Knowledge to Application and Profit - Program Wrap Up

Shawn Connors and Neil Iverson presenting

Program Conclusion

Comining All Classes Into a Program and Show How to Use It to Make Margin

Owner or General Manager

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Overseeding in Fall: 10 Critical Steps to Get the Job Done Right!

Posted by Ryan Moore on Oct 3, 2013 2:55:00 PM

Overseeding in fall to maintain your turf's color throughout the winter can be a challenge. Do it right and you have lush turf year-round. Do it wrong and your turf will suffer for seasons to come.

The key is to effectively slow down your warm season turf so that it's not competing with the perennial ryegrass that you're trying to establish.

As Christina Burton points out in the above video FAQ, warm season grasses such as Bermuda begin to harden off during the fall in preparation for the cold of winter. When warm season grasses are fertilized too late into the fall, their tissues are tender and prone to cold and disease stress.

At the same time, any new seed that you put down to keep your turf green through the winter months is going to need starter fertilizer to promote root growth and establishment.

So in order to have a healthy, disease-free turf now and in seasons to come, it's very important to cut back on the amount of fertilizer and water you use prior to the actual overseed date.

In addition to decreasing the amount of fertilizer and water used, here are other steps you should take to ensure your overseeding is successful.

Before Overseeding:

1. Perform your last aggressive dethatching of warm-season turf 6 weeks before the overseed date.

2. Stop all Nitrogen fertilization 4 weeks before.

3. Stop mowing 10 days before.

4. Decrease water by 50% 1 week before.

5. Drop mowing height by 1/3 3 to 4 days before.

Day of Overseeding:

6. Drop mowing height by 1/3 again.

7. Remove clippings to open the turf canopy to the soil.

8. Broadcast the seed.

9. New seeds need Phosphorus (the middle number in NPK Formulations) to promote root growth and establishment. Apply a fertilizer high in Phosphorus like TurfGro 6-20-10 ProStarter Fertilizer.

10. Lightly cover the seed with 1/8-1/4 inch of fine mulch or seed topper.


If you have any questions about overseeding or if you want to learn more about any of our TurfGro products, contact your local Horizon store!



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Topics: Maintenance, Fertilizer

Seminario de Iluminación Profesional Gratis en Horizon Orange el 3 de Octubre

Posted by Ryan Moore on Oct 1, 2013 4:16:00 PM

Horizon Orange se asocia con Vista Professional Outdoor Lighting para presentar un seminario para profesionales del paisaje que desean aprender más sobre la iluminación del paisaje.  

Este seminario es gratis y serviremos comida.

Nombre del seminario: Vista Lighting Seminar en Español  

Sitio: Horizon Orange

Fecha y Hora: Jueves, 3 de Octubre de 5pm - 8pm

Temas del Seminario:

  • Cómo diseñar

  • Puntas de solución

  • LED vs Halógeno

  • Como Empezar

  • Técnicas de iluminación

  • Cómo vender el proyecto

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English Translation

Horizon Orange has joined forces with Vista Professional Outdoor Lighting and to offer landscape contractors a free professional lighting seminar.

This seminar is free and food will be served.

Name of Seminar: Vista Lighting Seminar en Espanol

Where: Horizon Orange

Time and date: Thursday, October 3rd from 5pm-8pm


  • How to Design

  • Troubleshooting Tips

  • LED vs Halogen

  • How to Get Started

  • Lighting Techniques

  • How to Sell the Job

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