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January Sprinkler System Tips

Our lawn sprinkler company can answer your seasonal questionsHappy New Year!  Here’s to welcoming 2014, may it be as exciting and as eventful as 2013!

January Watering Restrictions

At the direction of the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD), many cities in our service area have implemented Seasonal Stage 3 watering restrictions (effective through March 31, 2014), consisting of watering landscaping once every two weeks.  Please check your city’s website to determine watering details and schedule.

Protecting a Sprinkler System during Freezing Temperatures

Fortunately for cities in our service area in Dallas, Collin and Denton counties, the month of January does not generally include extreme temperatures or weather, and surface soil typically does not freeze.  Although many homeowners have turned off their sprinkler systems as most vegetation goes into its dormant stage, there are several things that homeowners can do, or keep in mind, to help to protect their sprinkler system, should the northeast Texas area be exposed to below-freezing temperatures.

Equip the sprinkler system with a Rain and Freeze Sensor, a wireless sensor that is mounted to your house and communicates with your sprinkler system’s controller.  When the sensor becomes too wet (rain) or too cold (freezing temperatures), it will not allow the sprinkler system to water.

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