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How We Do It

Complete understanding of water economics.

From delivery systems to sprinkler heads.



We understand the dynamics of the stakeholders in the landscape industry. These include water utilities, landscape installation and maintenance companies, landscape architects, and the property owner or manager. In Southern California. One constant will be the ever increasing price of water. This is due to ever increasing demand and decreasing supply.




Irrigation quantities are configured based on

climatic factors, onsite conditions, and plant requirements.




Irrigation scheduling when appropriate, is calculated to deliver the amount of water that fills the soil profile from plant wilting point; where plants can no longer absorb water, to field capacity; where water begins to run off.




Value engineer options for clients

based on three year payback of capital items.



Precise Landscape evaluates the site for irrigation efficiency, climate, slope variations, and plant materials. We analyze irrigation water costs to determine the proper payback for clients. Precise fits solutions to budgetary constraints. Our implementation is followed up with ongoing onsite visits. We utilize online communication avenues in addition to site inspections.


We are able to implement these strategies because of years of experience in the landscape industry. We concentrate on irrigation technologies. Finally,we understand the challenges facing landscape personnel. We are fully bilingual so are able to communicate with field personnel.


Precise works closely with numerous weather based manufacturers to provide the client with the best fit for their landscape and their budget.




Monitor results.




Historical data indicates the majority of irrigation systems are no efficient than 65%., This leads to either 65% overwatering of the landscape to compensate for the 35% receiving less than adequate irrigation. Or 35% is underwatered and therefore plant density is compromised.


The average irrigation controller is reviewed twice a year. Usually when the time changes. In commercial sites, a valve by valve analysis is generally done no more than once a year because of site pressures.

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