One of the jobs that many homeowner’s dread is watering their lawn and plants during the hot summer months. It’s a time-consuming process that may be costing you much more than you realize! In addition to wasting money from your wallet, manually watering your lawn and plants is wasting one of earth’s precious natural resources.
Lowering Your Water Bill
It’s no secret that you see a hike in your water bill costs during the seasons when you water your lawn and plants. Of course, there’s no way to get rid of that increase completely, but a sprinkler system could help lower it! One of the biggest mistakes made during manual watering is assuming that the entire lawn needs to same amount. Realistically, some parts of your yard need only a fraction of the water that other parts require. Sprinkler systems are able to give your lawn only the amount of water that it needs. This works to lower your water bill in a dramatic way overtime.
Saving More Than Just Money
As your water bill is lowered, so is your environmental impact. Saving water is something that we all should try to do. Sure, turning the water off while you brush your teeth can help, but not overwatering your lawn will have a much bigger impact! In addition to your environmental savings, you’ll be saving time. Manually watering your lawn each day can become very time consuming, especially for those of you with a bigger lawn. Sprinkler systems can be set on an auto-timer that turns them on at the same time each day. They’ll turn off when they’re done and you can have the peace of mind knowing that your lawn is watered rather your home to do it or not! Most sprinkler systems can be installed into your lawn and flower beds without disrupting what’s already there. It’s a quick and easy process that will begin saving you money right away!
Contact Berardi Irrigation
After just a few months of enjoying a lower water bill, you’ll see just how worthy of an investment the sprinkler system was! Anything you save after that is extra money in your pocket to spend on improving your flowerbeds or other areas of the home! Scheduling a free consultation and estimate is the best time to ask any questions you may have and get a better understanding of how the process works.