Is My Landscaping Going to be Torn Up During Lighting Installation?
There are people who love plants that they consider it more than just a decoration or a tool for aesthetic purposes. Rather, plants are like humans that need to be protected from any destruction, treating them like babies that should be guarded from any harm. However, installation at home is inevitable and that is why most of the plant-lovers get afraid what happens to their plants during the installation process. The basic question is will it be damaged?
The good news is, during the installation process, plant-lovers need not to worry!
The caretakers of the plants should put in mind that installation technicians are also humans who want to take care of the environment. They, too, are foregoers of making the best possible way not to destroy the beauty of nature. Installation technicians are not there to just simply install wire and destroy trees and beautifully-designed landscapes. They were trained to have delicate hands when working with roots and delicate stems, making sure that any root system would not be harmed during the process.
How do installation technicians make sure the landscape is not damage?
During the installation process, the installation technician put wire in the ground with the use of spade shovels by hand to make sure the size of the trench is small yet of proper size as less than the width of 2 inches while they push the blade into the soil. The 2-inch width of the trench makes the burying of wire safe and putting the dug soil back without damaging the plants. They also use stainless steel crews for the tree
Another strategy of the technician is using their hands with the shovel spades in installing the wire that gives them assurance of what they are touching. It makes them feel what they are touching and moving in the soil, avoiding the damage of pipes, electric lines, fences and other important wiring system underground.
One of the installation companies that value the time and effort that plant-lovers took in growing their plants is the McKay Landscape Lighting, whose “main goal is to make it look like we were never there trenching in wire,” as stated in the website.
Installation process involves good materials, well-trained technicians and slowly but surely (using hands for shovel and screws) as to ensure delicate touch during the process so the landscaping remains in good condition.
Is is 100 % damage-free?
We have to admit that there are times that a wire cannot be installed without sacrificing the spot of some small plants or flowers, especially when there is no other choice. Nonetheless, installation technicians are well-trained to safely remove the plants and replant it in any other suitable place that would still keep the landscape’s beauty at par with the owner’s desire.
The landscape designers and technicians have a common goal: to provide for the wiring system that we need without damaging the landscape that we love!
Be sure to talk to lighting specialists from Pro Landscape Lighting Services for a free onsite consultation. Call them at (480) 634-8060 for your schedule and share your creative inputs with our team!