Irrigation

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Service and Installation is provided by experienced technicians.  HIGH PROFILE GROUNDS is a licensed low-voltage contractor, and we have a certified RPZ (backflow prevention) technician on staff to ensure that your system is in compliance with State and local ordinances while avoiding scheduling issues that arise when this service is sub-contracted to a licensed plumber, as is a common industry practice.  Irrigation-only service programs are available to ensure a properly functioning system from your spring start-up to fall winterization.

The Next Generation of Lawn Irrigation. It’s Pure Genius™.

Irrigation IrriGreen™ Genius™ sprinkler conserves water. Water streams are digitally controlled through a patent-pending, multi-stream nozzle and wirelessly mapped to the exact shape of your lawn. The Genius irrigation system is flexible, easy to maintain, and lowers your water bills.

The EPA states: “As much as 50% of the water we use outdoors is wasted from inefficient watering methods and systems.”

Conventional irrigation sprinklers waste water because they are positioned “head-to-head” in overlapping arcs. They cannot precisely conform to landscape contours and therefore must use wasteful overlapping arcs to water your lawn.

To Learn more about the Irrigreen System check their “Irrigreen Checklist Letter

In comparison,Genius sprinklers use up to 50% less water. The Genius system is the next generation of lawn irrigation.

Features & Benefits of the IrriGreen™ System

• One sprinkler per zone
• Sprinklers are placed away from curbs, driveways and sidewalks
• Map to lawn shape using wireless programmer
• Eliminate wasteful water overlapping
• Conserves water (up to 50% less water used)
• 85% less underground irrigation pipe
• Proven patent-pending technology
• Efficient, quite operation

WHY SAVE WATER OUTDOORS?

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Outdoor water use varies greatly depending upon geographic location. In dry climates such as the Southwest, a household’s outdoor water use can be as high as 60 percent. In addition, some experts estimate that as much as 50 percent of water used for irrigation is wasted due to evaporation, wind, or runoff caused by inefficient irrigation methods and systems.

It’s usually not necessary to water grass every day. Instead, test your lawn by stepping on a patch of grass; if it springs back, it doesn’t need water. Further your water savings by using regionally appropriate plants to create a water-smart landscape that is both beautiful and efficient to achieve the curb appeal you desire. Once established, native plants require little water beyond normal rainfall.

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