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Home Automation – Irrigation

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Home Automation

Home Automation


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Home automation is getting more advanced day by day. With home automation, you’re now able to control your whole irrigation system. There’s a lot of systems out there that allow you to schedule and set times to water your lawn, but they are only effective to an extent. With our home automation system, you’re able to start watering different parts of your house and yard at certain times, months, days, and weeks. If you wanted to start watering your lawn at 5:00 AM, on a Wednesday for 15 minutes, that’s possible. If you wanted to start watering your lawn at 5:00 AM on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, but only in May and June; that’s possible too. Everything is becoming easier with home automation. Your lawn automatically gets watered. Your plants and crops automatically get watered. It’s all one easy automated system. You may be wondering how this helps, or why else this might be useful…
This system can save you money, help with the environment, and save you A LOT of time. Instead of taking your morning to go out and setup the sprinklers, move it around to make sure it hits every spot of the lawn, and constantly checking to make sure everything is alright, you just have to set a schedule and let the system run itself. Of course, schedules can be changed. If you find that it’s watering too much, decrease the number of minutes it waters. If it’s not enough water, simply increase the number of minutes. You can leave your house to do other things that you need to, while your lawn takes care of itself. You also won’t have to worry about using too much water. This helps the environment as well as your wallet.

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