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A look at irrigation controller trends in Landscape Management Magazine. Which trends are you predicting for the coming years? http://buff.ly/1wp3qjk
With today’s advances in water tech, irrigators see the benefits in efficiency and affordability.
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Why Does Water Management Matter To Your Sustainability Plan? by Weathermatic CEO Mike Mason http://buff.ly/1MS3cWQ
The cost of water is rising faster than any other utility in the U.S. Most organizations focus on reducing water use indoors to help conserve, but did you know 70% of urban water usage comes from irrigation systems? And 50% of that water is wasted! Weathermatic Sustainability Services can put an end to the waste, saving you a significant amount of water and money every day. Here's how. To learn more about Weathermatic's Sustainability Services, r...
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Congratulations to Prestonwood Baptist Church and Prestonwood Christian Academy for their substantial water savings.
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See? It's not just dry cities that need to protect their water resources! Love this story > Waukesha: A spa town that took its water for granted
Cities hit water problems even in wet regions, and finding a new source of water is difficult.
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Our social business plan is simple: Demand for smart irrigation technology is growing, as is the need for clean drinking water in developing countries. So we sell smart irrigation products to fund clean water wells. #globalwatercrisis #cleanwater #irrigationtechnology #smartirrigation
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Welcome to our two newest Weathermatic employees: Jason Schwartz and Domingo Espinoza! Jason is our Regional Sales Manager for the Florida territory and Domingo is our Business Development Coordinator. We also recently added Matt Shreves are our new Technical Services Manager. We're excited to add their many years of expertise to the team.
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"Why Is Water Too Cheap?" by Weathermatic CEO Mike Mason on LinkedIn http://buff.ly/1MS3xc1
Water is the most basic human need. It is also a renewable natural resource. But does that mean our tap water should be free? No. Should it even be cheap? Maybe not. Although water is the fastest rising utility cost in the U.S., in many cities, potable tap is still priced dangerously below its value.Why do cities keep water costs so low? Because water is a fundamental human need and people will die without it, so affordable drinking water is a ma...
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Urban landscapes need healthy trees, lawns, and landscapes, but they MUST have proper water management. Read why they're essential and how to keep them healthy in this blog post from Roundtree Landscaping. http://buff.ly/17v3vX5
Save Landscape Water with a Smart Controller! Roundtree Landscaping installs waterwise landscapes and refurbishes irrigation systems in Dallas, Texas.
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Our most recent Save Water | Give Life at the well they drilled with Living Water International, just outside of Rivas, Nicaragua.
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An update from our Save Water | Give Life team member, Parry Webb:
Nicaragua Day 3 - Part of the Weathermatic team stayed up most of the night last night completing the shoring up of the bore hole and dropping in the casing. By morning the team was able to begin to flush the well and prep for setting the pump and pouring the concrete. Long day but had some fun with the local kids while we waited for the well to flush.
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The problemTexas does not have enough water to supply its population, right now. With 188 major reservoirs, the state is 19 short for current requirements. A typical reservoir takes 36 years to gain approval, construct, and fill. This sounds like an equation where A + B = big trouble, right?Of course the population is not stagnant. Does it make sense that one of the driest states in the country is also one of the fastest growing? Regardless of wh...
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"Recent developments in technology and services...make water use one of the easiest areas to address in the quest to go green and save money." From Retail Facility Business Magazine
How smart technology and services for landscape irrigation saves water and money.
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Weathermatic is a leading provider of water-conserving technology and services. We give a gallon of clean drinking water to a thirsty village for every gallon of irrigation water we help our customers save.
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Based in Garland, TX, Weathermatic is the industry leader in smart irrigation technology with the SmartLink Wireless Network and SmartLine, the world's top selling weather-based irrigation controller. Learn more at www.weathermatic.com/

Through our Save Water | Give Life campaign, every customer that purchases a SmartLink connection is contributing to drilling clean water wells in thirsty villages around the world.  http://www.weathermatic.com/our-cause

Weathermatic has been serving landscape professionals for more than sixty-five years and has a full line of controllers, flow sensors, weather stations, valves, rotors, sprays and nozzles. Weathermatic products have been installed in over 70 countries and in high profile properties like the U.S. Capitol Building, Buckingham Palace and the College Football Hall of Fame.