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How to winterize your lawn sprinklers? #IrrigationAtlanta standard

A common question for those with yard, garden, or lawn irrigation systems. There are several things that must be done to winterize a sprinkler system. Since most systems don’t use auto-drain valves, we are just going to address those types of systems. If your system does not use auto-drain valves, then an air compressor must be used to blow the water out of the zones. Turn off the main water supply to the sprinkler system, and hook up an air compressor to the system. Pressurize the tank to about 60 psi and then open on of the valves manually. Run that station for 2 to 3 minutes to allow all the water to be removed from the system. Shut that ...

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Irrigation Atlanta: Updating older lawn sprinkler systems standard

Whether your system is 5, 10 or 20 years, there has been much improvement in water efficient technology that could help save you money each watering season. Updating an irrigation system is important for the longevity of your system as well. Consider this: you change your car’s oil and filter so it will last longer…your irrigation system should be treated the same! Please like & share:

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Irrigation Atlanta: 30 days of weather standard

A little hint of fall in the air in the early morning hours! With that we often find you guys become more and more interested in various weather predictions to helping you with planting and planning! A hot start. A mid-month slight cool down and increase in rain chances and by the end of the month high temps may dip back into the upper 70s to lower 80s. Don’t get too excited yet. We have a long way to go! Please like & share:

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Older Lawn Sprinkler Systems standard

Whether your system is 5, 10 or 20 years, there has been much improvement in water efficient technology that could help save you money each watering season. Updating an irrigation system is important for the longevity of your system as well. Consider this: you change your car’s oil and filter so it will last longer…your irrigation system should be treated the same! Please like & share:

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Irrigation Atlanta: Must Have for Irrigation Efficiency standard

The least expensive and probably most efficient addition to your irrigation system is a Rain/Freeze Sensor. You could save up to 35% of your water usage, as well as stop having to turn your irrigation system off/on when it rains. In Georgia, State Law requires a rain sensor on every new irrigation system installed. If you are considering a new irrigation system, now is a great time to consider upgrading to a Rain/Freeze sensor to prevent your sprinklers from running during or after rain as well as at freezing temps!! Please like & share:

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