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Assessing a Landscape Irrigation System

Earn 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit) For This Training.

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Michael Derewenko
Michael Derewenko

Marketing Manager, JAIN IRRIGGATION INC.

Taking on a new maintenance account can be overwhelming and putting a priority on water management sets companies apart.  

Our presenter Michael Derewenko pulls from his experience as a contractor and from his experience working as an irrigation advisor for ValleyCrest to make this process easier for you. 

He presents a step by step process that makes you more successful. From the first walk to board presentations we cover what the professionals are looking at when they take on a new HOA or commercial account.

Here is a preview of what will be discussed:

  1. Taking On a New Site
    • Finding a POC
    • Checking a Meter
    • Locating Controllers / Controller Pedestals / Sensors / Valves
  2. Identifying Retrofit Opportunities
    • Turf Conversion Areas
    • Smart Controller Upgrades
    • Pressure Regulation and Streaming Rotor Nozzles
  3. Presenting Opportunities and Conversions to Customer
    • Residential Customer, Commercial Customer, HOA’s
      • Reducing water bills, eliminating run-off and liability, curb appeal, resident approval
Michael Derewenko
Michael Derewenko

Marketing Manager, JAIN IRRIGGATION INC.

Hailing from Central Florida Michael Derewenko has been in the irrigation industry since age 15. Beginning his career working for his father’s large commercial landscape company Michael quickly learned the importance of irrigating landscapes efficiently and effectively. With a strong background in pumps, two-wire systems and irrigation design, there is not much in irrigation that Michael hasn’t encountered. Now operating in Southern California as a Territory Sales Manager with Jain Irrigation, Michael is applying his vast knowledge of conservation-based products and experience in product development to a region that is in dire need of water resource management.