Monthly Newsletter March


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Breaking News!


This Includes:


+ Stay Green Sprinklers
+ Flow Pro Sprinklers
+ Morrey’s Sprinklers
+ T.J. Sprinklers
+ Pet Freedom Fence
+ Pet Freedom Fencing

      We are very excited to announce this transition. This allows Progressive Irrigation to have more of a footprint in the Michigan irrigation industry. 
      Our service and install area will now grow to better serve the great people of Michigan. You will now have one trusted source for all your irrigation needs.
      We now have over 200 years of combined irrigation experience under one roof. With all this experience you will have:

  • Faster Service Times
  • Shorter Wait Times
  • The most knowledge in the field
  • The Best Customer Service

      Here at Progressive Irrigation, our customers are everything to us. All existing customers of Stay Green will still see the same staff along with Progressive Irrigation staff. The team is fully equipped to meet all your needs in a timely matter. 

The Progressive Irrigation team is very excited to work with everyone. See you soon!

Our Website

      Spring is almost here. Call 248-889-9067 or go directly to our website to schedule an appointment. 

      When Spring finally arrives, it is time to start your system back up. After starting up your irrigation system we would check for necessary repairs. Checking the system would include: energizing the irrigation system for the spring, setting up spring programming, replacing the battery in controller and the rain sensor (if necessary), adjusting and checking the sprinklers precipitation rates and balance as needed.


Our services also include:

  • Landscape 
  • Landscape Lighting
  • Hardscape
  • Irrigation Service
  • Irrigation Install
  • Directional Drilling
  • Commercial Snow Services
  • Electric Dog Fences

St Patrick’s day!
Mark your calendars for March 17th and remember to wear green!

     What Do Leprechauns Have to Do With St. Patrick’s Day?

One icon of the Irish holiday is the Leprechaun. The original Irish name for these figures of folklore is “lobaircin,” meaning “small-bodied fellow.” Belief in leprechauns probably stems from Celtic belief in fairies, tiny men and women who could use their magical powers to serve good or evil. In Celtic folktales, leprechauns were cranky souls, responsible for mending the shoes of the other fairies. 

      Though only minor figures in Celtic folklore, leprechauns were known for their trickery, which they often used to protect their much-fabled treasure. Leprechauns have their own holiday on May 13, but are also celebrated on St. Patrick’s, with many dressing up as the wily fairies.





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