How water is used in the landscape is an issue of increasing importance and relevance. Seasonal threats of drought and water shortages have prompted water rationing measures for garden use. Landscapers and homeowners must seek alternatives to thirsty lawns and wasteful sprinklers.
However, dont let that dictate what you can and cannot plant in your yard. Truly, a conscious effort should be made to help conserve water and other resources, but that doesn’t mean you can’t grow the garden you want.
With new technology and techniques in the areas of drip irrigation, we are able to sustain any garden while using only a fraction of the water previously necessary to maintain them. Over the past year, we have joined forces with the Soquel Water District in educating the general public on rebate programs and new products that help to conserve water and save money.
In order to conserve water and save money, you must first know how much water you are currently using on your landscape. Our irrigation specialist is trained and certified in performing professional water audits to determine that for you. Once your usage is calculated, we can suggest changes and/or modifications to bring down both your water consumption and your water bill.
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New technology and techniques in drip irrigation enable us to sustain any garden while using only a fraction of the water previously necessary to maintain it.