Combining over 40 years of experience under one roof, Rainforest Lighthouse is the clear choice for residential and commercial irrigation in Southwestern Ontario.

Rainforest Lighthouse (www.trustthefrog.ca) is an amalgamation of Rainforest Inground Sprinklers and Lighthouse Irrigation into one organization working to provide superior-quality service to over 3,500 property owners in the region.

With 14 service and installation trucks out in the community every day, we plan to improve even further on our service performance,

explained David Christopher, co-owner of Rainforest Lighthouse, adding that the combined expertise and operational capabilities will allow the company to continue to invest and innovate in the irrigation market.

As this new system becomes available through the irrigation season, our customers will see the benefits of this state-of-the-art scheduling, communication, and irrigation-management system.

And the amalgamation of the two companies came with no job reductions. In fact, Rainforest Lighthouse is looking to expand by hiring new service technicians to increase its customer service efforts.

The Rainforest Lighthouse ownership team is comprised of the following people:

  • David Christopher – also President of Lighthouse Landscape
  • Marcus Plowright – who also serves as President of ANDEN Design/Build Windows/Doors

For over 25 years, Rainforest Inground Sprinklers were based out of Sarnia, ON, and serviced all Southwestern Ontario regions between Lake Huron and Lake Erie; Lighthouse Irrigation serviced some of London’s leading residential and commercial properties for 14 years.

In total, Rainforest Lighthouse now services over 3,500 individual properties with its team of 25 – and growing.

What Our Customers Are Saying:

It is not very often that you can speak so highly of a company that always exceeds your own expectations. But with Rainforest Sprinklers & Lighting it is so easy to recommend them and to be able to count on them. We have used them for both personal and business properties and will continue to use them.

~ Dr. Campbell