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Irrigation Atlanta #olderirrigationsystems standard

Not all older irrigation systems are fixable. Not all older irrigation systems need to be replaced. A thorough evaluation of your watering needs and irrigation system is necessary to determine if your irrigation system is repairable. It may also come down to a question of cost. In some cases, repairing an older irrigation system may not be cost effective when you compare repair costs with that of a new system, with a warranty. Also, technology in the irrigation industry is so far advanced from even 10 years ago that the actual “watering costs” should also be considered when considering whether to repair, update or  replace an older irrigation system. Please like & share:

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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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Irrigation Atlanta: Old Irrigation System standard

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Smart Irrigation Atlanta standard

After this weekend’s rain, many areas received over 3 inches. Did you know there are several “smart” irrigation controller options out there that will take in account the rain, wind, temperature, slope, soil type and something we call ET? For the cost of trading out your old, completely time based controller, most people recoup the cost in water savings in one season. Ask about “smart” controller options along with water efficient sprinkler heads which could reduce your watering costs by a whopping 60%!   Please like & share:

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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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