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Management

Our supervisors are trained in irrigation management for every type of landscape. We can offer many tools and programs to property owners including.

  • Mapping: a process in which we establish a map of your property’s irrigation system
  • Scheduling: we develop water requirements for each microclimate, frequencies, and durations
  • Controlling: we establish how to best control your irrigation schedule based on plant type and soil test
  • Soil testing: this determines soil type and chemistry to help devise a plan or schedule
  • Water auditing: we test your irrigation systems to evaluate application rates and distribution uniformity

Technology

Technological breakthroughs can manage your water usage while your landscape flourishes. As with every facet of our lives these days, many different levels of technology are available from mapping global weather systems to installing drip systems.

  • Smart controllers: an irrigation controller utilizing a type of evapotranspiration based schedule
  • Rotating nozzles: nozzles that rotate with lower precipitation rates
  • Low volume irrigation: ultra low precipitation rate spray system
  • Drip irrigation: applies small amounts of water in a very specific area
  • Moisture sensors: senses moisture in soil profiles

Plant Materials

There are a wide variety of drought tolerant and native plants that will beautify your property without using all your water. Check out the list of native plants that create great seasonal interest while still requiring less amounts of water.

Irrigation Audits

Irrigation audits are conducted by our certified landscape irrigation auditor (CLIA). This auditor incorporates procedures recommended in the Irrigation Association’s Irrigation Audit Guidelines. With the increasing use of equipment with smart and water-wise features, the data that is generated by the water audit is invaluable to a “green” water management program.

Benefits:
  • Improved water use and a reduction in capital outlay
  • Improved water resource management
  • Improvements in landscape material appearance
  • Reduction in water runoff
  • Reduction in water loss below the root zone
  • Reduction in amendments requirements