Category Archives: Maintenance Matters

Suds And Elbow Grease

Now that all the athletic fields, golf courses and turf areas are ready for winter, it’s time to think about the most expensive tools–the equipment that make our jobs more efficient. I know many of you haven’t finished with leaf cleanup yet, but the turf is going into dormancy. So it’s a good time to get started before some of you are shoveling snow. The Walk Around Walk around the equipment, and notice anything that is out of order. Is … Continue reading

Posted in December 2007, Maintenance Matters, Parks and Rec Business | Leave a comment

Duct Tape Saves The Day

It’s an old Southern standard– if it moves and shouldn’t, duct tape; if it doesn’t move and it should—WD-40. These days, duct tape has more versatility than nearly any product made. You can’t be without a roll of it around the house, in the shop or in the garage. So how can it be used in the world of parks and recreation? In more ways than you would originally consider! A Product Is Born Duct tape got its start prior … Continue reading

Posted in December 2007, Maintenance Matters, Parks and Rec Business | Leave a comment