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Dealing with Lawn Hot Spots

Do you have hot spots in you lawn? If it is April or May, I bet you do. Here are a couple of simple things that cause spots and can be fixed easily within your Orlando irrigation system. Check the

Posted in Orlando Lawn & Landscape, Seminole & Orange County Water Restrictions

Algae

If you pull water from a lake or canal for your Orlando irrigation system, get ready for algae. Usually, the algae starts to grow in the spring like the plant material and the turf grass. This is normal. However, this

Posted in Irrigation Maintenance Orlando, Orlando Irrigation & Rain

Need More Water??

It has been a hot winter this year and I bet you want more water for your Orlando lawn and landscape! Water is on the way, but first make sure your Orlando irrigation system is working correctly. Make sure you

Posted in Irrigation Maintenance Orlando, Orlando Irrigation & Rain, Orlando Lawn & Landscape, Spring, Sprinkler Timer, Time Change

No Winter??

It is time to wake up your Orlando irrigation system from its winter slumber! OK, there hasn’t been much of a winter this year, but it is time to make sure your Orlando irrigation system is running as efficiently as possible.

Posted in Irrigation Maintenance Orlando, Save Money & Water - Irrigation Orlando

Time Change Water Restrictions

We just set our clocks back one hour, now it is time to turn your Orlando irrigationcontroller back to one day per week using the following watering schedule: Even numbered homes water on Sunday. Odd numbered homes or homes with no address water on

Posted in Irrigation Controller - Orlando, Orlando Irrigation & Rain, Sprinkler Timer, Time Change, Winter

Turn Your Water Back – It’s the Law!

Ladies and Gentlemen… it is time to turn back your clocks and your irrigation controllers. The first Saturday in November is the day we reduce our irrigation controllers to one time per week. Yes, you can only water one time per week!

Posted in Irrigation Controller - Orlando, Save Money & Water - Irrigation Orlando

My Orlando Lawn Looks Dry!

Does your Orlando lawn look dry? It might look this way because it has not rained here in a while. The ET rate (evapotranspiration rate) is only 4.5 inches, which means that your Orlando lawn and landscape needs 4.5 inches

Posted in Irrigation Maintenance Orlando, Orlando Irrigation & Rain, Orlando Lawn & Landscape

Irrigation System Check!

Time to check your irrigation system! Most of us here in Orlando have not used our irrigation system in months. If you have been using it, you probably have not checked it to make sure it is running correctly. I

Posted in Irrigation Maintenance Orlando, Save Money & Water - Irrigation Orlando

You’re Wasting Water and Money!!!

As I drive to work in the morning, I see a lot of irrigation systems in Orlandowasting water. The first waste is when your irrigation system is running after we just had an inch of rain. Make sure your rain

Posted in Irrigation Maintenance Orlando, Orlando Irrigation & Rain, Rain Sensor, Save Money & Water - Irrigation Orlando

Rain Sensor vs. Smart Controller

A rain sensor saves about 10% of your (our) water. There are studies out there that show the smart controller saving 30% of your water! The difference between a rain sensor and a smart controller is that the rain sensor

Posted in Irrigation Maintenance Orlando, Orlando Irrigation & Rain, Rain Sensor, Save Money & Water - Irrigation Orlando, Smart Controller