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Industry Innovations and Advice from SiteOne Experts

This isnt your fathers sprinkler system. Innovation in the irrigation industry is expanding fast. From the efficiency of drip irrigation to the convenience of Wi-Fi-enabled controllers there are more ways than ever to water easier and more responsibly. And SiteOne is home to an unmatched selection of these irrigation solutions. Our green industry experts know how you can put them to good use.

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Two-Wire to the Future

A two-wire system can use up to 70% less wire than traditional systems. Give yourself a competitive edge by learning two-wire irrigation installation now.
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A Look at Xeriscaping

Xeriscaping is an excellent way for customers to conserve water, save time, and reduce maintenance.
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Boost Your Business By Adding Drainage Installation

Interested in increasing revenue? Drainage solutions could be your answer. Learn how to get started.
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Things to Consider When Installing a Drip Irrigation System

Micro irrigation helps landscapes thrive while conserving water. Read more for tips on installing these systems.
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Drip Irrigation FAQs

Drip irrigation is becoming increasingly popular as water restrictions increase and homeowners become more eco-conscious. Here are some important questions to consider if you are contemplating offering drip irrigation services.
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Causes of Water Hammer and How to Fix It

Why water hammer happens in an irrigation system and details on how you can fix it. Read on for more information.
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How to Glue PVC Pipe

Follow these 19 steps on cutting and setting PVC pipe during your next project.
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Institutional Irrigation Systems

Learn the ins-and-outs on how to properly plan and install pipe sprinklers nozzles and more.
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Winterizing an Irrigation System

Avoid a big mess this spring. Follow these steps to prepare your irrigation system for cold weather.
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Slope Irrigation Techniques

Effective slope irrigation is a mixture of good upfront planning and proper installation technique. If done properly it will not only make for a happy customer you'll also avoid costly call backs.
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Enhancing Smart Irrigation Through Spray Technology

Updated spray head offerings typically include high efficiency features such as pressure regulators flow restriction devices and check valves. Read on for a description of these important components and the benefits for customers.
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Happy Customers Pay More

Save homeowners money in the long run by installing better products like pressure regulated spray heads.
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Improve Your Landscapes With New Irrigation Techniques

You dont have to be a control freak to appreciate new irrigation technologies like WiFi enabled systems. Here is how to put these innovations to work giving customers unprecedented control over their turf and helping your business grow.
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Stormwater Management

Stormwater management can be a huge business opportunity for landscape contractors. Find out how you can capitalize on this overlooked service.
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Using Less Water to Earn More Revenue

As water restrictions get tighter use these water-saving tools to help ease the strain for customers and differentiate your irrigation business. Check out this video to start putting these technologies to work for you.
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Upgrading Wireless Controllers

Help your customers level up to a smart new world of irrigation control.
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Two Wire Technology

More wires, more problems. But with the right two wire controller, you can install a full system of valves using only a single two wire path
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Reading a Pump Curve

Determine the performance of your pump before installation – find out how to properly read a pump curve.
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Backflow Preventers

Understanding what backflow is how it occurs and how to stop potentially dangerous backflow situations.
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Stormwater Management: Ponding and Erosion Solutions

Prepare customers for heavy rains with these stormwater management techniques and tools.
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Stormwater Management: Runoff Tools

Be sure to prepare your clients for storms that can bring excessive rainfall and flooding.
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Adding Heads to an Existing Irrigation Line

Does your customer’s lawn need more attention in certain areas? Sometimes adding a head to an existing irrigation line is the answer to keeping it looking green and lively.

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Happy Customers Pay More


Save homeowners money in the long run by installing better products like pressure regulated spray heads.