Upgrade Quotations Are Free Until August 31
Metro Vancouver Watering Restrictions don’t have to mean you can’t irrigate your garden in good conscience. There are water-wise irrigation options that can make your sprinkler system very efficient.
Consider Modifying To Drip Irrigation
Under even the most miserly watering restrictions, drip irrigation on flower beds, pots, and shrubs is admissible. This is because it is recognized as the most efficient form of irrigation available today. It lets you save water, without sacrificing your garden.
Retrofitting your existing irrigation system with drip components will protect your property investment during a drought, and can save you money in the future as well, as more municipalities are making the move to consumption-based water billing. Learn more about Drip Irrigation here.
University Sprinklers is offering free quotations on all system upgrades, if you schedule your quotation appointment between now and August 31. Call 604-421-4555, email email@example.com, or complete this form online to book.
Water Saving Sprinkler Heads and Rain Sensors
You can also save money and water just by selecting the right products. Pressure compensating sprinkler heads can save commercial properties or homes on water meters hundreds of dollars per year! Also, rain sensors are an easy system add-on that ensure your irrigation doesn’t run if it has rained recently, and these are now available in a wireless model, too.
Invest In Rainwater Harvesting
Another great long-term solution many of our clients are inquiring about is Rainwater Harvesting. Rainwater Harvesting permanently exempts you from watering restrictions. Collection systems vary greatly in size depending on the irrigation system’s demand, from a 2,500-gallon small cistern to 20,000-gallon cistern-systems. We have rainwater harvesting experts on staff who can design a rainwater harvesting system for any property. Find out more about Rainwater Harvesting here.
Don’t forget, we are offering free quotations on all system upgrades, if you schedule your quotation appointment between now and August 31. Call 604-421-4555, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete this form online to book.