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2015

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How to Switch to a Tankless Water Heater

How to Switch to a Tankless Water Heater . read more

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Are You Ready For Winter?

Are You Ready for Winter? Every year freezing temperatures and snow bring problems to homeowners throughout South Jordan City. Follow these simple tips to avoid the pains of cold weather: 1. Each .... read more

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Garden Myths to Debunk as You Dig This Fall and Rest Over Winter

Garden Myths to Debunk as You Dig This Fall and Rest Over Winter . read more

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Survey Says

South Jordan City residents want to conserve water and are ready for change, according to over 500 responses to the recent water survey. The results provide great insights that will help guide the C.... read more

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Why Fall Is the Best Time for Planting

Why Fall Is the Best Time for Planting . read more

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10 Ways to Use Ornamental Grasses in the Landscape

10 Ways to Use Ornamental Grasses in the Landscape . read more

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It’s time to turn off and winterize your sprinklers

As October rolls in and the leaves begin to fall you don’t want to forget about your sprinkler irrigation system. Here are a few steps for making sure your irrigation system is good to go for the co.... read more

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Eagle Scout Parkstrip Project to Save City Huge Amounts of Water

Last week a local scout troop underwent a huge project to take a parkstrip of grass and convert it to a waterwise landscape.  Jaedon White led his scout troop as part of his Eagle Scout Project .... read more

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We Bust 4 More Native Plant Myths

We Bust 4 More Native Plant Myths . read more

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The Truth About Native Plants

Find out the truth about native plants and whether you should use them in your landscape. 1. Native does not mean it will grow in your flower garden.        &nbs.... read more

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