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Sprinklers In Nampa

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Business Listing   Action Sprinkler & Landscape Inc - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 463-0727

Business Listing   Baker Hydroseed & Landscape - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 468-3160

Business Listing   Boise Valley Lawn Sprinkler - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 467-7453

Business Listing   Claiborne Pump & Sprinkling of Nampa - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 467-1082

Business Listing   Claiborne Sprinkling Inc - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 466-8407

Business Listing   Downunder Irrigation & Turf - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 467-7111

Business Listing   Dunn Jack - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 466-0699

Business Listing   Eloy Landscaping - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 442-0459

Business Listing   Interwest Supply - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 466-0224

Business Listing   John Deere Landscapes - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 463-1000

Business Listing   Lakeshore Landscape & Nursery Inc - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 467-7114

Business Listing   Landscaping Plus - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 465-6120

Business Listing   M D Lawn & Garden - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 466-9230

Business Listing   Pipeco - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 466-8916

Business Listing   Shilo Automatic Sprinkler Inc - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 466-0006

Business Listing   Silver Creek Supply - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 463-0519

Business Listing   Sprinkler Pipe Repair Service - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 465-7758

Business Listing   Sprinkler Supply of Idaho - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 467-1861

Business Listing   Whispering Heights Landscape Inc - Nampa, ID - Phone: 1 (208) 463-8529

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Helpful Definition for: Sprinklers

A Sprinkler, in Nampa, is a device that helps spray water. It may also refer to an irrigation sprinkler, which is used for irrigation of lawns or crops or a fire sprinkler system, the entire systems of pipes and sprinklers intended for fire suppression within buildings. Irrigation sprinklers are used on farms, golf courses, and yards, to provide water to vegetation and plants in the event of drought. Sprinklers that spray in a fixed pattern are generally called sprays or spray heads. Whereas, a fire sprinkler is a device that discharges water when the effects of a fire have been detected, such as when a predetermined temperature has been reached.

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