Smart Irrigation for Commercial Properties
As a business owner or property manager, you not only want a beautifully maintained landscape design to welcome your customers, but you also want to be smart about costs. That’s where our Boulder, NoCo, and Fort Collins sprinkler controllers come in! Here, we’ll cover the reasons your business needs to consider this for their commercial […]
Residential Smart Controller
There are a lot of advantages to using a Smart Controller for your Boulder sprinkler system over a standard static controller on top of saving precious water. Water Savings The Smart Controller Sprinkler system run times will adjust on a daily basis to achieve maximum efficiency for “run days”. This does not add or take […]
4 Things You Need to Know for Watering Season
April showers (and yes, we do mean snow showers) bring… unfortunately, not quite enough moisture to keep your lawn green through July’s 95 degree days. While we may get those crazy thunderstorms here and there throughout the summer, the reality is that you will need to get on a regular watering schedule to keep up […]
El Niño – What This Means For Colorado’s Winter
Perhaps you’ve heard people talking about this El Niño weather phenomenon. If so, this post is for you. Or perhaps you still think El Niño is only referring to a young Spanish boy. If so, this post is definitely for you because you have a lot to learn, my friend. Before we get into the […]
Is it REALLY Necessary to Winterize or Blowout My sprinkler system?
We’ve heard it time and time again: I didn’t blow out my sprinkler system last year and I didn’t have a problem. Or, I’ve been doing it this way for years in order to save sprinkler blowout costs. Or, I have an auto-drain sprinkler system. Well, it’s time to take off your stubborn hat and […]
Troubleshooting Your Sprinkler | Series 1
If your landscaping elements were a family summer barbecue, the sprinkler system would be the nutty uncle: mostly lovable, sometimes frustrating, and a little unpredictable in its behavior. Although they often operate seamlessly, sprinklers can glitch out from time to time. Here is our advice on troubleshooting some common sprinkler problems: Problem: Low Pressure Reason: […]
Troubleshooting: Low pressure.
This may be caused by a break in the line or a valve that is not completely open. [bra_list style=”colored-counter-list”] Fire the zone and walk around the general area. If there is a break, water will begin to flow to the surface. Excavate and repair the damaged pipe. If you are unable to locate a break, […]