We serviced a home in Scottsdale, AZ for water damage restoration. The technician arrived taking thermal images to see where the leak was coming from and to check the moisture levels to assess the damage and what would be needed to begin the dry out process. He set up Air Movers, Air Scrubbers and Dehumidifiers. We use the highest quality tools in our industry that are needed to get the job done right the first time. We take pride in our workmanship and provide our customers with superior customer service. We are here to help. For questions about our water damage restoration products or services call our office at 602-362-4883!
Scottsdale, AZ’s Water Conservation Office provides free landscape workshops every March and October to their residents on a variety of landscape topics. Check back on the City of Scottsdale’s website in January 2020 for the upcoming classes. Have you ever thought about installing Smart Irrigation Controllers? Climate-based smart controllers automatically adjust watering schedules throughout the year based on the estimated amount of moisture in plant soil, replenishing water only as needed and minimizing excess water use. A properly programmed smart controller requires initial site-specific set-up and will make irrigation schedule adjustments, including run times and required cycles, throughout the irrigation season without human intervention. Smart controllers use a variety of methods to estimate or measure soil moisture depletion including:
- Pre-installed historical weather data.
- On-site weather data collection
- Fee-based weather data acquisition
- Soil-moisture sensors
- Any combination of the above.
After initial set-up and some fine tuning, smart controllers only need to be reprogrammed when there are changes to the landscape or irrigation system. Proper programming requires knowledge of plants, soils and other landscape conditions.It is important to read your manual for program instructions or contact a landscape professional who has experience working with smart controllers.