"Smart" irrigation timers save water and money

11/17/2008 | Santa Cruz Sentinel (Calif.)

Weather-based irrigation timers adjust to changing irrigation needs and conserve water in the process. Smart controllers can be either signal-based, relying on satellite weather updates, or sensor-based, relying on soil moisture levels. Smart controllers cost $175 to $350 for home landscapes but can save $50 to $125 per year on water bills.

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