Add-On Products

Updated Feb 19, 2013

From LEDs to an irrigation app, these new products can help expand your list of services.


Lighten Up 

Illuminate retaining walls, columns, fences, bridges, decks, steps and handrails with Kichler Lighting’s Pro LED Hardscape Accent Lights. Available in sand, gray and textured-white finishes, the lights have a 40,000-hour lifespan and emit a warm, white light. They are available in 6.9-, 12.9- and 18.9-inch sizes with three, six and nine individual LEDs respectively. Fully sealed and potted to resist moisture, the lights are housed in powder-paint-coated, die-cast aluminum or brass fixtures. The lights can be mounted on flat ledges and vertical surfaces using two types of accessory brackets.

EFI option 

Miller Electric’s Bobcat 250 welder/generator has 40 to 250 amps (275 amps with the EFI option) for the DC Stick/TIG and AC TIG/Stick applications. Rated at 104-degrees Fahrenheit, the machine has 11,000 watts peak and 9,500 watts continuous power – or 12,000 watts peak and 10,500 watts continuous power with the EFI option.

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Know when to water 

Calculate sprinkler system run times from your smartphone or iPad with Sprinkler Times. This online program and app asks four multiple choice questions to determine the irrigation schedule: plant type, sprinkler type, sun exposure and soil type. The program then uses the property’s zip code to match the watering plan to the weather in each region.

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Safety strap 

Have you ever strained your muscles or struck someone when lifting or carrying a ladder? Then use the Strap-n-Go Ladder Handle, which won the “Top Safety Innovation Award” from the National Safety Advisory Council and “Best Overall New Product Award” from the United Inventors Association of America. The handle evenly distributes the ladder’s weight, while maintaining balance, comfort and control.

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