July 17, 2018 –

Win the installation of a watersense approved smart controller!

Get an irrigation assessment before August 31, 2018 and you can win the installation of a Water Sense approved smart controller.

A Smart Controller can reduce your water use by 20-30 per cent. It has built-in saving features including a sensor to adjust the watering schedule based on local weather conditions.  Book your free assessment today.

Contest Rules:

Find out how much water you can save by getting an irrigation efficiency assessment from a certified Water Smart Irrigation Professional (WSIP) and tweet us the results with #WSIPContest. This summer WSIP certified contractors are offering assessments at no cost. Book an assessment by calling one of the certified companies listed in the Region of Peel. Once the assessment is complete the WSIP certified contractor will provide you with a detailed report outlining their system findings. Tweet us the potential water savings that can be achieved including #WSIPContest and you can win the installation of a new water saving irrigation controller. One entry will be randomly drawn for the prize. Please review the Contest Terms and Conditions.

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May 7, 2018 – Kristen Hampshire

How smart home controls help landscape contractors

Contractors share reasons they use smart home controls in their designs.

With the tap of an app and a few swipes, you can adjust irrigation system run-times and change the colors of individual outdoor lights illuminating the landscape. (That includes opting for your favorite team colors before the big game.) If there’s a problem with a sprinkler head, an irrigation service technician gets a notification and a work order is automatically submitted – and even managed remotely. Read MORE >

condo Nov. 10 and Nov. 11, 2017

The Condominium Conference

Join us at the WSIP sponsored lounge!

The Premier Conference for the Ontario Condominium Industry is back for its 21st year!
Participation will put your company’s name and services in front of key decision makers in the condominium community. Exhibit Booths and Sponsorship sell quickly, so book early to avoid disappointment! Read MORE >

PM Expo Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, 2017


Find out more about WSIP at booth 1844 with representatives from Peel and York Region

Join 30,500+ industry professionals at The Buildings Show, North America’s largest annual exposition, networking and educational event for design, architecture, construction and real estate. Together with Construct Canada, World of Concrete Pavilion, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo and IIDEXCanada, PM Expo will leave you with the tools needed to sharpen your skills and continue your professional development. Read MORE >

Project Green October 19-20, 2016

Water Innovation in Action 2.0 Join your peers to discuss, plan, and celebrate the future of Ontario as a global water leader.

GTAA Partners in Project Green
Water Innovation in Action 2.0 brings together the province’s water sector players, including industry, government, municipalities, and academia, to discuss progress, plans, and goals for our thriving sector. What have we achieved since Ontario passed the Water Opportunities Act? What remains to be done, and where are the opportunities? Most importantly, how will we raise the bar together? Read MORE >

WSIP August 11, 2016

Maintain Your Irrigation System – Increase Efficiency and Achieve Sustainable Goals

by Corena Cane & Jeremy Harris
Do you manage a condominium that has an in-ground irrigation system? Chances are, your system has been through several seasons of wear and tear that can impact the efficiency of the system Read MORE >

Untapped July 5, 2016

An untapped source of water savings? How maintaining in-ground irrigation systems can help condos lower utility bills

by Corena Cane & Jeremy Harris
Several seasons of wear and tear can impact the efficiency of a condominium’s in-ground irrigation system. Some of the major causes of water waste are: leaks, broken or improper head, outdated control technology and improper scheduling. All of these inefficiencies come at an unnecessary cost, and long-term studies indicate an average of 55 per cent of the water used for irrigation on condominium properties is wasted. Read MORE >