Despite the recent erratic temperature fluctuations, Dallas area homeowners are beginning to plan for warmer weather. Before planting new landscaping this spring, it is wise to perform a check-up on your irrigation. Use the following information as a guideline to prep your irrigation system for summer’s increase in water demands.
Smart Irrigation Technology Ready for some relief on high water bills? Now that fall is approaching, homeowners can finally cut back on the amount of water used for irrigation. Lee Engineering recommends setting your traditional irrigation controller to 57% of the normal capacity for the month of October: Better yet, install a smart controller and kiss high water bills goodbye. …
Today drip irrigation systems are commonly used to offset the challenges of problematic soil by providing precise and efficient irrigation. There are major advantages to installing dripline, especially if you live in North Texas. Keep reading for the top six reasons why drip irrigation basically pays for itself.
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