Water is one of our most precious national resources. Yet in many of the fastest growing regions of the U.S., it is also the scarcest. Reducing landscape water demand — which can account for up to 70% of water use in some parts of the country — is a critical way we can help address the seasonal scarcity. The following tips are courtesy of the Irrigation Association.
Saving water doesn't have to involve the cost and inconvenience of tearing up your yard to install a new sprinkler system. It's easy to save water and reduce your utility bills with simple changes to your landscaping and gardening routine.
Using an automated sprinkler system is one of the best ways to keep your lawn and landscape beautiful and healthy, while minimizing water waste. Plan carefully for a reliable, flexible sprinkler system that can grow and evolve along with your landscaping.
Today's sprinkler systems include sophisticated controllers that allow you to easily adjust watering schedules to fit different needs.
Sprinkler systems need regular maintenance to keep them working efficiently year after year. Damage from lawn equipment or improper winterization can cause leaks and other serious problems.
Even the best sprinkler design won't perform well if installed incorrectly or using inferior components. Make sure your system will operate at peak efficiency for years to come by working with a sprinkler professional.