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Watering Times, Irrigation Atlanta standard

Proper water scheduling is essential to maintaining a great landscape appearance and health. With odd/even watering, most Please like & share:

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Atlanta Irrigation Systems: Let’s be Efficient! standard

If you follow us on Facebook, you’ll see my post about my personal experience with sprinklers today at my Mom’s. I cannot believe that I let time slip on me like I did – and now my Mom’s lawn is being watered inefficiently. And, I know much better. We will be fixing that problem very soon and here’s why: We’ve had a lot of rain this year. In fact, we are 5 plus inches above the norm. Lake Lanier is almost at full summer pool. But don’t let that be an excuse to misuse water. Protecting our water resources now – in times of norms or excess – can help us prevent water restrictions later. When it comes to irrigation ...

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New Irrigation System in Atlanta standard

Be smart and responsible when installing a new irrigation system, updated an older system, or adding on to your existing system. It is irresponsible and dangerous for an irrigation company to NOT install a backflow prevention device on a new irrigation system. The key to prevent contaminants such as fertilizers, pesticides and animal waste is simple…BACKFLOW PREVENTION. Valves are not sufficient to stop backflow and water pressure is not always constant enough to prevent backflow. More counties and cities are setting standards for backflow prevention and they need to. In the last two weeks alone, I’ve seen 6 systems without backflow (installed in the last 5 years) and my techs have seen even more. Don’t gamble with your health. You ...

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Are you really wanting a new irrigation system but want to “side step” to get the system in a certain budget? By “side step” I mean saying “can we skip the rain sensor?” “Do I really need a doublecheck backflow preventor?” “Can I buy the parts to save money?” All really good questions or concerns but the state requires backflow prevention and a rain sensor. Do you need a double check backflow preventor – yes. A dual check, while much cheaper, is not meant to be used in a potentially toxic situation (i.e., fertilizer backflow) and is not testable. Rain Sensor – yes – the state requires it – period. Sure you can also buy the parts but there are ...

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New Irrigation Systems in Atlanta Area standard

Thank you to for referrels from dedicated customers! Monday we will be starting a new irrigation system install in Smyrna. Our customer chose a Hunter irrigation system with the new X-Core controller and Solar Sync. We are also completing a lot of repairs this week as well ranging from minor irrigation repairs to complete system upgrades. Please like & share:

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