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Is Nov. 1 too soon for all things Christmas?

It's Nov. 1: Is it too soon for all things Christmas? Take are poll and let us know: Is Nov. 1 too soon to listen to Christmas music? Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2zZ8fTA Members of a family look and walk around the Christmas tree and Winter Wonderland during the annual tree lighting at Jockish Square in Paramus on Dec. 4, 2016. It's Nov. 1 and that means Halloween is over, but it also means *some* people are ready to look ahead.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017/Author: Topix.com/Number of views (186)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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How did the alleged murder go unnoticed?

How did the alleged murder of a Paramus mom go unnoticed for nearly two weeks? Didn't anybody think something was wrong at the home on Spring Valley Road? Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2hiD2U8 The death of a woman at a Spring Valley Road home that was called "suspicious" by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office, which said a male suspect was in custody on Tuesday. It's a horror movie plot if ever there was one: A man slits his mother's throat, then drags her corpse to the family garage and leaves it there for two weeks - and nobody notices.

Saturday, October 28, 2017/Author: Topix.com/Number of views (124)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Rockaway school locked down after bullet casing found

Copeland Middle School was locked down on Oct. 27 after a student found an "empty shell casing from a bullet" on school grounds, authorities said. Middle school locked down after student finds bullet casing Copeland Middle School was locked down on Oct. 27 after a student found an "empty shell casing from a bullet" on school grounds, authorities said.

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Winterize your lawn sprinkler now and save in the spring!

As the cold winds of fall move in, along with the changing leaves and falling temperatures, it is once again time to think about winterizing your irrigation system or garden watering system. Here in the Northeast, winter delivers a steady bout of prolonged freezing temperatures that can damage the components of your lawn sprinkler system or drip irrigation system if not properly winterized. Costly repairs at the spring start up next season can be avoided if your irrigation lines are properly shut down, drained, and blown out with a regulated high volume air compressor. 
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BUY or LEASE Your Holiday Lights:

what is the BEST option for you?

Have you ever thought about the different offers for decorating holiday lights? Some companies offer a leasing option to install Christmas lights on your home and bushes every year for a set price. Most of the time it is a couple of thousand dollars, depending upon the size of the home and shrubs. This price will also include the company returning after the season, removing the lights, and storing them until next season. Sounds like a great option - right?

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Tips To Prepare Your Home For The Winter Months

Need tips on how to prepare your home for the winter months? Pacific Lawn Sprinklers was recently featured in a Newsday article to explain the importance of performing a sprinkler blow out each year. Read the full article and learn what the experts at Pacific have to say about winterizing your sprinkler system.
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When Should I Winterize My Lawn Sprinkler System?

When Should I Winterize My Lawn Sprinkler System?

As the fall season blows in, it is once again time to start thinking about winterizing your lawn sprinkler system! Lawn sprinkler winterization, also known as sprinkler shut down, fall closing, and winter blow out is the process of preparing your irrigation system for the cold winter months. The winterizing process will help to assure that the coming winter and freezing temperatures do not damage or compromise your sprinkler system’s components and piping.
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Pacific Lawn Sprinklers is READY FOR SPRING!

Pacific Lawn Sprinklers is READY FOR SPRING!

To say that Pacific Lawn Sprinklers is ready for the 2018 Spring Season would be an understatement! Earlier this month Pacific held their annual team meeting for all office staff and technicians, and what a turn out it was! There was a sea of blue “Pacific” shirts in their Queens training facility, with over 100 people in attendance. Further, the parking lot was full of their bright yellow service trucks. The energy level was high, as all team members were eager to get back to work and continue doing what they do best – offering unmatched, “ON TIME OR ON US” customer service. 
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