In the winter of 1978, there came a blizzard of historic proportions which, for three days and three nights, froze Indianapolis, Indiana. I made a promise to myself that just as soon as that snow cleared out so would I. I arrived in Tucson on August 19th of that same year. I soon got a job at Dorado Country Club on the golf course maintenance crew where I became proficient in all facets of golf course maintenance. In 1980, I took a course with the Pima County Adult Vocational Training Program and became a Certified Turf Grass Manager and was promoted to Assistant Superintendent. I held this position for three and a half years, when, in 1984, I took a job as Irrigation Supervisor on a multi-million dollar landscaping project for Saudi Arabian Landscape Company (SALCO) in Najran, Saudi Arabia.
However, I wasn’t as knowledgeable in the everyday operation of a business. So I took jobs with a few major landscape companies in Tucson learning how each managed books, billings, bids etc. Then, in 1991, I set out on my own and founded Acme Irrigation Company LLC.
Acme Irrigation Company LLC. is proudly serving each and every customer in a friendly, courteous and professional manner. We understand the importance and the value of our customers and strive to provide the quality of workmanship that keeps them coming back. Our customers value not only our honesty, know-how, and reliability but also our quick response to pending issues. We always return phone messages.If you are in need of residential irrigation services, choose a licensed, bonded and insured residential irrigation contractor, choose Acme Irrigation Company LLC. to perform top shelf repairs, replacement or installation at good old fashioned prices. For your appointment, call us today at (520) 682-0504 or you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your PVC Drip Irrigation Specialist! For more photos, be sure to check us out and like our facebook page at www.facebook.com/acmeirrigation.
Would you like a gorgeous garden that is the envy of the neighborhood? Or how about a landscape that attracts hummingbirds and butterflies? If the answer is yes then contact us.