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Save Water. Every Drop Counts.
Did you know that irrigation accounts for more than half of Central Florida's total water consumption? You can make a difference by practicing water conservation in your own yard.
Water for just 30-45 minutes per session (½ inch to ¾ inch of water per zone)
Adjust the timer/controller on automatic sprinklers according to seasonal water demands and weather conditions
Turn off sprinklers when it's raining or install a rain shut-off device
Avoid watering on windy days
Adjust sprinklers so they water the lawn, not the pavement
Avoid sprinklers that spray a fine mist, which increases evaporation
Make sure plants are not blocking sprinklers
Irrigation systems should be zoned so plants with different water needs are irrigated separately (grass, for example, should be watered separately from shrubs and flowers)
Drip irrigation systems (which use less water than sprinklers) are recommended for trees, shrubs and flower
If you have an automatic sprinkler system, it's important to check the system regularly (once every month or two) for leaks and broken sprinkler heads, making repairs promptly. Also check for signs of broken or leaky sprinkler system pipes by looking for muddy or overgrown areas of turf.
Make sure your sprinkler system's timer/controller is operating correctly, as you've programmed it, so that it operates on the right days, at the right times, for the right durations. A variety of factors can result in a malfunctioning sprinkler system, including lightning strikes and failing timer batteries. Many homeowners don't realize their sprinkler systems are malfunctioning because the systems are programmed to operate overnight and they never observe them running.
FREE Irrigation System Evaluation & Additional Irrigation Incentives
If you use 25,000 gallons of water or more each month, you may be eligible for a FREE irrigation system evaluation and additional irrigation incentives. To see if you qualify for this program, complete the interest form by clicking the button below: