Lakewood Oaks Golf Club
We’ve been working with Lakewood Oaks Golf Club, located in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, for over 30 years. They purchased a one horsepower Aquarian Professional floating aerator in 1987. They wanted to start aerating one of the ponds on the golf course because of the poor water quality. Shortly after they installed the first aerator, they purchased several more aerators, both one horsepower and ½ horsepower for other ponds on the course. In 1991, they purchased a one horsepower Carnival aerating fountain, and in 1999, they purchased a two horsepower Galaxy fountain with lights. We have worked closely with the golf course over the last 20 years, providing service and equipment maintenance.
Steve Griesinger, golf course superintendent at Lakewood Oaks, oversees the course and ensures that it stays clean and beautiful. He chooses to work with us because of our expertise and customer service.
“I’ve been working with Roy at Air-O-Lator for 20 years. He is truly an expert at what he does,” Steve said. “We’ve had the same fountains since 2001. Any time we need a motor fixed or have a maintenance issue, Roy is always happy to help us.”
Lakewood Property Owners Association
The Lakewood Property Owners Association purchased their first one horsepower Aquarian Professional floating aerator in 2001. They contacted us because of our success with the golf course. In 2002, they purchased one of our Legacy ½ horsepower floating fountains. In 2003, they purchased a three horsepower Northstar, as well as other aerators and fountains.
Recently, the property owners purchased a one horsepower Solace fountain and a Deep-Aire ¼ horsepower deluxe aeration system. John Thomas, maintenance manager for the Lakewood Property Owners Association, says he is pleased with the products we manufacture, the performance of our equipment and the customer service we provide.
“We have been working with Roy at Air-O-Lator for years. The aerators have greatly improved the water quality, and the fountains add an aesthetic element to our ponds.”