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Hydro-Scape named as Rain Bird distributor

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The company will serve as the central control distributor for Southern California.

| September 13, 2012

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Hydro-Scape Products Inc. has been named a distributor of Rain Bird Maxicom central control systems for the Southern California market. Additionally, Hydro-Scape Products offers support on Rain Bird’s I.Q. system and pump systems, including service assistance before, during, and after the purchasing process. This added service completes the full line of product offerings available from Hydro-Scape in the Rain Bird Turf line.

The Maxicom is designed for multi-site commercial or industrial irrigation applications. With the Maxicom2, hundreds of sites can be controlled and weather sources monitored from one location through various devices such as telephone, cellular, Wi-Fi, direct wire, and radio communication. Maxicom2 is a fully automated central irrigation control system able to use current weather data to adjust watering schedules daily, making it ideal for municipalities, school districts, homeowners associations and parks departments to meet water conservation goals.

“I am proud that Rain Bird recognized our efforts to be an industry leader and selected Hydro-Scape Products to be one of its central control distributors for the Southern California market,” said Dale Tiglio, president/C.E.O., Hydro-Scape Products. “This shows that Rain Bird is confident in our knowledge of their products and ability to provide customers with outstanding customer service.”

Along with the Rain Bird Maxicom control system, Hydro-Scape’s Tech Services offers other landscape and irrigation products including its trademarked Hydro-Safe irrigation controller enclosure assemblies

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