How Much Do You Know About Your Irrigation?

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Interesting Facts

Did you know that one-third of your home’s water bill is for landscaping irrigation?

Or that you can get a 30% to 50% savings by adding a drip irrigation system to your plants.

And, discount cialis a broken sprinkler can cost you 25,000 gallons of water.

Be water smart.  Start now.

Call us at (520) 370-5697  if you have a question or problem with your irrigation system.  And, visit our website to find out more about us.

Interesting facts about irrigation - Tucson Landscaper


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22 Comments

  1. Great Graph! I taught my kids to turn the water off when brushing their teeth… We have had so much water, i think my grass is over watered..

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    • Every little thing helps. Great job teaching your kids to save water Rob.

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  2. Great graphic! We use drip lines…but will look into the smart controllers. Thank you!

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    • Smart Controllers are a great way to conserve water. They work though a satellite to make sure you’re using the correct amount of water.

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  3. I agree with Deanna. these smart controllers look interesting. How much are they and where can you buy them?

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  4. Great info graph.. it is hard on the old water bill. 912 bathtubs.
    Have a cabin on a lake with free water from that lake that means better use.

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    • Wish I had a cabin on the lake to go to to get out of the Tucson heat. :)

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  5. Thanks for the water saving tips!

    Yvonne Brown

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    • You’re welcome Yvonne!

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  6. Don’t know anything about it.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Oh, I am a water saver and conservation is my thing! Please call me to help me figure out some solutions for my home!

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  8. I had a leak on my irrigation system a year ago and my water bill was $250.00 a month compared to the $52.00 I normally pay.

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    • The bill can add up really fast if it’s not caught early.

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  9. Whoa! I didn’t realize a broken sprinkler would cost you that much goodness. Thanks for the info and graphic

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  10. Thanks for all the great information. I know that your company is dedicated to water conservation, something that ‘s really essential in Southern Arizona!!

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  11. Great info even tho I do not irrigate

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  12. Water used to be cheap, not anymore. Rates went up 100% in the last three years outside Dallas, TX. I’ve been thinking about this for a few years now.

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  13. This is great info! I’m planning to put one in soon

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  14. Outstanding graph and info!

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  15. What great graphics! Thank you for sharing about the drip program! That is very important informative information:)

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  16. Still watering old style with a hose 😉

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