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Conserving Water

With sprinkler season in full swing we like to remind everyone that there are ways to conserve water by using a timer and a rain sensor or a combination of both. Utilizing a timer on your system gives you the flexibility to schedule the exact days and times you want your system to run and the areas you want to irrigate. With a rain sensor the device can measure the rainfall and deactivate the timer so it won’t run while it is raining. Most rain sensors are wireless and can be placed in a hidden location at your home like on your roof towards the back of your home, or near your gutters.
For other ways to conserve water in your home please visit this helpful site.