Whether you know it or not, your sprinkler system plays a significant role in water conservation. From broken pipes to watering allotment, how and when you use your sprinkler can make a large difference in the environment.
When it comes to conserving water, we know a thing or two about what it takes to ensure that your system is functioning properly. If your system is not working, it’s time to let the experts in. Diagnosing your situation and providing you with an effective solution, we believe in doing the right thing the first time simply because that is what you deserve.
Working with both residential and commercial property owners, we are your one-stop-shop for your sprinkler needs.
Tips on how to conserve more water
Change the time of day that you water
Watering in the early morning and dusk will prevent your water from immediately evaporating. The longer your water can stay on the ground, the less you have to water it, ensuring that it soaks up the proper amount of nutrients.
Do not over water your grass
You do not have to run your sprinkler all day for your grass to be green. Providing your grass with the correct amount of water will ensure that it’s not soggy or dry.
Turn your sprinkler off before the ground freezes
Leaving your sprinkler system on in the winter will cause water to freeze, in turn, breaking your pipes and creating problems for next spring.
Replace old and broken sprinkler heads
If your sprinkler heads are broken, they will leak and waste water, increasing your bills and potentially harming the environment.
Make sure your sprinklers have the proper coverage, ensuring that all of your grass receives enough water
If your sprinklers are not setup correctly areas of your grass may be missed, while other sections may receive too much water.