Irrigation Smart Controllers

Over the past year I’ve learned a lot about smart controllers. The technology to make watering your lawn easier, give you more control, and help save water along the way, is moving at a fast pace. The competition is tight between some manufacturers. But of course there is always one that stands out from the pack. Some are just late to the ball game. One thing is for sure, smart controllers will control and shape the way we water our lawns from here into the future.

I’ve been working with quite a few different smart controllers and their apps weekly for the past year. I’ve help set them up for many customers and helped them get registered with the City of Frisco. If you live in Frisco, and you’re planning on getting a smart controller, reach out to me. I’d be happy to help guide you to the best device to suit your needs.

Most homeowners who get these smart controllers are installing them themselves. But if you don’t want to do that I can help with that. I can also help with the initial set up and scheduling. If you live in Frisco, I highly recommend registering your smart controller and getting the Water Wise sign in your yard too.

Frisco’s Water Wise program is on the cutting edge of this smart controller market. The Water Wise team there has some of the most educated, knowledgeable, and licensed irrigators in their field. It’s to the Frisco water customers advantage to use the team’s abilities to help in water conservation.

I look forward to serving you.



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My purpose for creating a blog is to keep my customers updated on the latest drought and water restriction news. Along with products I’d recommend or use to help conserve resources. I also want to share and help fellow peers in my industry become more proficient licensed irrigators. 

I am linking water restriction guidelines from surrounding cities. It’s good to keep up to date. Follow your watering guidelines from your city. Be sure to find the map and select your watering day. New information posted on my links page.

Be sure to get the most out of your water day. Make sure your landscape/grass is trimmed to help with sprinkler coverage. I also wouldn’t recommend planting any new plants at this time. But if you do, please hand water them until they are established, then as needed. Sprinklers are for supplemental water after plants are established.

If your city has a sprinkler check up program, take advantage of that service. City of Frisco does have a check up program for it’s citizens. I highly recommend it. If your city doesn’t have one, I encourage you to petition the city to implement such a program.