Water with the Weather
Time to start reducing outdoor watering
Along with the cooler temperatures and shorter days of fall, now is the time to adjust your outdoor watering to match your landscaping's reduced need for water. Most lawns and landscaping need only a thorough watering once or twice a week at this time of year. And of course, you can save even more water by turning off your outdoor water during and after rainy spells. Before you shut down your outdoor watering system for the season, give it one more inspection for leaks and broken or missing spinkler heads. Make those needed repairs now to ensure that you're ready for efficient watering when spring arrives. And remember -- an efficient watering system not only saves water and money, but it's healthier for your landscape!
Now is a great time to have a FREE outdoor watering system evaluation done by a trained technician, making sure that your system is ready to operate efficiently. You'll receive a written report with tips to improve your watering efficiency, including a watering schedule based on your landscape's needs. Call us at (916) 725-6873 and ask for your FREE landscape irrigation review.
The Regional Water Authority's Be Water Smart program has produced a great video on how to tune up your sprinkler system. Click here to view the video..
Click on the links below to find more information on water efficiency in and around your home or place of business.