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Utica Square - Tulsa Landscape Contractor at Spring in the Square

Posted by David Land on Mon, May 21, 2012 @ 10:58 AM

Utica Square Spring in the Sqaure


May 19th was a beautiful day at Utica Square's 4th Annual Spring in the Square!  The clouds went away by noon and breeze kept us comfortable.  Thanks to Bailie Duran (Brothers Company) and Jessica Barr (Utica Square property manager) for organizing a sucessful event.  We met great people and visited with many existing clients.

LED Outdoor Lighting

We featured Outdoor Lighting Tulsa specials for new LED Landscape lighting projects (see other featured blogs on LED Lighting). This product has exploded in Tulsa this year fulfilling many Landscape Lighting client needs. LED saves as much as 90% over conventional lighting electrical consumption.  It also lasts longer and our supplier offers a life-time product warranty.

New Friends

Always looking for networking opportunities allowed us to meet our new friend, Sue Welch, from the Garden Trug.  They are a full-service florist as well as nursery located at 3909 East 101st Street in South Tulsa.  Check out their goodies and Boutique Gift Shop. 


New Products

We also featured some new products like the Stucco Fireplace made from Galvacore Structural Panels.  This product is much lighter than traditional masonry units.  Also the labor can save as much as 60% in time over conventional unit.  Also, no footing necessary saving even more time and money.


Utica Square Tulsa landscape fireplaceUsing Galvacore, we can build fences, retaining wallls, seat walls, benches.   Any building style that uses stucco or veneered stone is a great candidate for Galvacore


The unique characteristics of the integral material within the steel wire prevents rust and deterioration.  The truss pattern creates great strength in the panel system.  You can even uses Galvacore as a green wall material like a trellis to grow plants.

Any size, any shape, Galvacore is a quick and easy new solution to many construction needs.

Topics: landscape plants, Spring in the Square, Utica Square

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