Prestonwood Receives Sustainability Award

Prestonwood Baptist Church and Prestonwood Christian Academy of Plano were recently awarded the “Weathermatic Sustainability Award for Water Conservation”.

In the year 2013 both of the facilities achieved within a 5% deviation of plant water requirements while maintaining their beautiful landscaping. […]

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Showing Love By Giving Life

This Valentine’s Day, what could be a better gift than the gift of life? Our latest Save Water | Give Life team is in Nicaragua this week, working hard to drill a clean water well that will provide […]

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Water Matters More

For decades, when we thought of being sustainable, we thought of using less electricity or gasoline or paper. Now there are fantastic alternatives to those: solar and wind energy, electric cars, everything paperless. But […]

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Top 10 Social Shares of 2014

2014 was a big year for us, on social media! We nearly doubled our followers on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google + and Twitter, but more importantly, we’ve gotten to connect with a lot of really […]

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Surprised By Savings

In a state surrounded by and covered by water, it’s hard to imagine water being in short supply anywhere. But that is exactly the case in Florida. Fickle weather alternates long wet periods with […]

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CEO’s Most Memorable Birthday

As far as birthday presents go, Weathermatic CEO Mike Mason received one of the most memorable gifts of his life, last week. Born and raised in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mason has been a University of […]

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SmartLink vs. Central Control

With over 100 sports fields to maintain, plus 1600 acres of parkland and 72 miles of medians and right-of-ways, the City of Mesquite Parks Department has their work cut out for them when it […]

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Weathermatic CEO Mike Mason Commits to 500 Clean Water Wells

Mason’s Dedication Leads to Advisory Position
Worldwide, 783 million people do not have access to clean, safe drinking water. Millions of people contract diseases and die from unclean drinking water each year, and untold labor, […]

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Simplicity Key to Savings

In Southern California, the water crisis seems to be a never-ending concern. How are cities supposed to keep their public land looking inviting to residents and visitors when they run into water challenges around […]

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Water Management Pays Back

Working for the nation’s largest integrated landscape company, with six divisions and branches in nearly every state, the professionals at ValleyCrest Landscape Companies manage billions of gallons of water each day. Although the company […]

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