water management and conservation

Conserve Water, Reduce Costs

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In the U.S., landscape irrigation uses more than 7 billion gallons of water per day.

Here are three simple ways to reduce waste from landscape irrigation:

  • For optimal performance, irrigation systems require proper maintenance and care.
  • Seasonal inspections and audits are a great way to identify opportunities to reduce costs and conserve water.
  • Conventional sprinkler systems turn on at scheduled times – even when it’s raining. Smart irrigation controllers and rain sensors prevent unnecessary watering, save money, and protect the environment.

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