30, 2015 Newsletter
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every 2-3 days
lawn with one inch of water per watering
on the sprinkler head; the time needed to achieve 1 inch of
water will vary. 30 – 60 minutes per section of turf
is a fair guideline. Placing small containers, such as
tuna cans, can help gage the time needed to provide 1 inch
the lawn with an infrequent saturation, opposed to a
frequent light watering; promotes a strong root system.
watering builds drought tolerance in the turf grasses.
Heavy watering allows water to penetrate deeply into the
soil, which will promote a deep root system because the
roots will grow towards the moisture.
irrigations should be performed in the early morning hours
(starting between 4:00 – 5:00 am is ideal). Do not
water in the evenings. This will promote lawn disease.
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Maintenance Tip From a Unit Owner:
Replacement of Pitted Doorknob Manufactured by
owner has reported success with receiving a replacement doorknob
from Schlage for one on his unit that has pitted over the years.
(Note: Door hardware is the responsibility of the unit
owner). He contacted Schlage customer service at
sent them a picture of the doorknob and they sent a replacement at
no charge. It was recommended that when installing in a
metal door that a barrier layer of clear silicon be applied
between the two to prevent galvanic corrosion caused by dissimilar
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