Smart Sprinkler Controllers

Get a free sprinkler controller and a low $139 installation cost!

Not A Techie Use This Controller

The ease and speed with which you can program this controller is remarkable. Simply input a few key specifics, such as your zip code, allowed watering days and the plant/soil type for each zone; the ESP­SMTe does the rest. Your irrigation system waters only when the landscape requires it. And you save 30­ to 70% in water. No internet required and it will work like a regular controller only smarter. Click or call to get started right away!


Like The Latest Tech Use This Controller

The ultimate sprinkler controller is at hand. Introducing Rachio, the Smart Sprinkler Controller that gives you control of your sprinklers and watering bill, right from your smart phone. With the app, you can check in on your sprinklers at home, work or away and make adjustments at anytime. You’ll even get alerts whenever Rachio steps in to adjust schedules for rain, freezing temperatures or seasonal changes. Works with Nest, Amazon Alexa, IFTTT, Wink, Control4, Nexia, and others. iOS 9.0+ and Android 4.0+. Web also available on most browsers. Mobile app is required to connect the controller to Wi­Fi. To get started right a way click on the red buttons to the right.


Get Up To $300 Back To Upgrade Your Controller

Get Cash Back on products that help you conserve water. You can be on your way to reducing water use and saving money by installing the right equipment such as smart controllers, soil moisture sensors, high efficiency spray nozzles and drip irrigation all while lowering your water bill, it’s a win win.

Orange County residential customers of participating MWD member water agencies are eligible for SoCal Water$mart Sprinkler Controller rebates up to $300 depending upon the water agency.

Residential customers are those living in houses or apartments, townhomes, condominiums or mobile home complexes with four or less dwellings that are not represented by a homeowner’s association or property management company.

Indoor controllers start at $199.00 and outdoor controllers are only $280.00. It’s like getting a free smart controller after the rebate. Hurry before it's to late, click or call the using the red buttons to the right and get started today!

Take Advantage Of This Program Before Rebate Funds Are Exhausted !

Smart homeowners like you are taking advantage of this rebate program while they still can. Just like the turf removal rebate of years past this program will not last long. Funds are limited and you should apply now. All you have to do is have Advanced Patio & Landscape install a qualifying smart controller like the ones we recommend above, fill out the rebate forms online, print them out and send them in with a receipt from Advanced Patio & Landscape showing that you have purchased and installed the qualifying smart controller.* Call or contact us today to get started.

Rachio Pro 8 Station controller


Rachio Pro 16 Station Controller


Rachio Exterior Box


Rainbird ESP­4­SMTE 7 Station


Rainbird ESP­4­SMTE 15 Station


Add For Rainbird Exterior Models


Installation Labor Special Price


Smart Sprinkler Controllers

“Smart” sprinkler controllers, also called Weather Based Irrigation Controllers (WBICs), typically provide water savings of 20% to 50% over conventional controllers. A WBIC acts as a timing device for your irrigation system by telling it when to turn on and off. WBICs save water by using on-site weather and landscape conditions to adjust watering schedules to actual site conditions. Some WBICs are connected to sensors installed at your home that measure solar radiation, temperature, rainfall or soil moisture. Some use historical weather data for your area to project the amount of water needed. Additionally, some controllers use both on-site and historical data to tailor water schedules. Other WBICs receive data via the internet or radio signal from a network of weather stations managed by private or public agencies.

Instead of watering your landscape using an old style controller, let Advanced Patio & Landscape install a new Weather Based Irrigation Controller and start saving water today! With local rebates from your water company of $80 up to $300, it just makes sense*.

High Efficiency Nozzles

With a spray radius from 3 feet to 15 feet and an operating pressure between 15 and 30 psi, high efficiency fixed spray nozzles are designed to cover relatively small areas. They are a dual-orificed fixed spray nozzle that offers water distribution on a much more uniform level. This lowers the amount of time you have to run your system to get your landscape the right amount of water it needs and results in 30% savings of water use over traditional fixed spray nozzles.

High Efficiency Variable Arc Nozzles (HEVANs) combines the water savings of a high-efficiency fixed spray nozzle with the convenience of a variable arc. HEVANs offer easy arc adjustment from 0° to 360° which works great in irregular shaped locations. They offer superior wind resistance by incorporating a larger water droplet size and can be used in conjunction with fixed sprays.

Rotary Nozzles and Variable Arc Rotary Nozzles have a range from 13 feet to 35 feet with an operating pressure between 20 & 55 psi and require approximately 60% less flow than conventional spray nozzles. They have efficient water distribution through multiple rotating streams and higher wind resistance by using a larger water droplet size. Make the switch to high efficiency nozzles to solve distribution problems and start saving even more water!

Soil Moisture Sensors

Soil moisture sensors measure the water content in the soil. Any time the moisture level in the soil exceeds field capacity the irrigation controller is prevented from watering until the moisture level falls below the level set in the moisture sensor receiver. Once installed, the Soil Moisture Sensor calculates field capacity for your soil (or the maximum amount of water the soil can hold after excess water has drained away) and sets that as “100%”. Soil moisture-based control technologies that earn the “WaterSense” label will take the guesswork out of watering and help improve irrigation system efficiency.

Rain Sensors

Rain sensors, also called rain shut-off devices, are devices that suspend operation of the automatic irrigation system when rainfall occurs. They are small devices wired into the irrigation system’s controller and the sensors are mounted in an open area where they are exposed to rainfall. Some “Smart” Controllers are compatible with rain sensors that measure the amount of rainfall on site and send that data to the controller to re-calculate the run times for each sprinkler zone. It is estimated that by using a rain shut-off device, you can save 20% in outdoor water use.

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Drip Irrigation Systems

Drip irrigation is one of the most efficient methods of delivering water to plants; drip lines provide water directly to the root zone. They can be used above ground or as a sub-surface system. Above ground drip lines are used for dense plantings or as a system of point source low-flow emitters for sparse plantings. Sub-surface drip systems are regularly used for turfgrass areas. The efficiency of a well designed drip irrigation system can reach nearly 100 percent. With built-in pressure compensating emitters, landscape drip lines can provide a consistent water flow of up to 300 feet. By converting irrigated areas from spray heads to drip lines, you can save up to 60% in water use.

Replacement Spray Heads

Spray heads are the parts of the sprinkler system that pop up when the irrigation system is turned on. They consist of a spray body, the pop-up stem with nozzle and a retracting spring & cap with a wiper seal. They come in 2”, 3”, 4’’, 6’’ and 12’’ pop-up heights for varying plant materials such as turfgrass, trees and shrubs. There are a variety of spray heads including: one that comes with a check valve within the spray head that prevents water drainage at the base of slopes/hillsides when the system is turned off, one that comes with a pressure regulating stem which eliminates misting or fogging at the nozzle, one that uses a combination of both check valves & pressure regulation and finally, a basic spray head which does not have check valves or pressure regulation.

Depending on site conditions such as elevation and water pressure, choosing the right spray head is critical. Spray heads are moving parts and are subject to wear over time and should be replaced when leaking, sticking or misting.

*Advanced Patio & Landscape does not guarantee the performance, eligibility or availability of rebate funds. It is the sole responsibility of the consumer to verify eligibility and to submit rebate forms in a timely manner that is consistent with the rebate offer. To verify your rebate information contact your local water provider or visit