I am in the process of designing a lawn sprinkler system for my house. After doing some research I have purchased a Rachio 2nd generation controller and would now like to purchase the rest of the components (valves, pop-up sprinklers, nozzles, etc.). I would like to use sprinklers that are as water efficient as possible. After doing some research I am considering using Toro Precision rotating nozzles (PRN's) along with in-stem valves from a company called Valvette Systems that will allow greater adjustment of the nozzles.Has anyone used these valves before and are they worth getting along with the Toro PRN's? I was thinking of using Toro 570Z PRX spray heads and also use Toro zone valves (not sure which model). Would anyone recommend that I use something different?
FYI. I only have approximately 2500 sqft of lawn and flower beds to water. The system will be supplied by city water at approximately 80 psi through a 3/4" supply pipe.
Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.