Does Your Lawn Need Watering? Your Sensor Knows
Having a functioning rain shut-off device on automatic sprinklers saves you time, money, and keeps your sprinkler system legal per Alachua County regulations.
Don’t keep an eye on the weather all the time when you can delegate that duty to your rain sensor. It can tell how much rain has fallen and shuts off only if your landscape has got all the water it requires.
Watering when it’s raining or when the ground is already saturated is a waste of money and our limited water resources. A rain sensor will help you keep that water bill low.
Alachua County requires all automatic sprinkler systems to have a rain sensor installed. Stay legal.
Interested in a rain sensor for your property?
Contact Sun Power Lawn Care online or at 352-507-5296 to schedule a rain sensor install today.