The irrigation and lawn care company also added seven people to the Rainscapes staff, six from H2O.
In March, former H2O Irrigation owner and president Bryan McDowell retired after nearly 20 years in business and sold the company to Clint Allison, owner of Rainscapes. “Having worked with Bryan for more than 15 years, I am delighted to be able to service his clients with the same level of professional service he did for many years,” Allison said in a news release. “H2O customers can expect even more service options from Rainscapes as well as 24/7 service, seasonal maintenance packages and additional office staff for quick responses.”
As award-winning national Irrigation Association certified contractor in East Tennessee, Rainscapes offers diverse residential and commercial irrigation products and services, including system installations, seasonal irrigation maintenance with packages, lawn care, landscape lighting and drainage and mosquito deterrent systems. Its portfolio of work includes the University of Tennessee at Knoxville football practice field, baseball field, soccer field and aquatic center; Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame; UT Intramural Facility; Blackberry Farm; Tennessee National and Lee University.
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