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| With the constant threat of drought and rising cost of water, as Texans we should all be doing our part to save water. At Superior Sprinkler Services, we are committed to doing our part. We have implemented this page into our website to provide you with tips on how you can save water in your household. Taking advantage of a few simple tips can help you save thousands of gallons of water, and hundreds of dollars, each year. If you have any questions or we can assist you in any way, please contact Superior Sprinkler Services at 817-707-3786. For your convenience, you may also request services from this site.
- When washing dishes by hand, don't let the water run while rinsing. Fill one sink with wash water and the other with rinse water.
- Adjust sprinklers so only your lawn is watered and not the house, sidewalk, or street.
- Run your clothes washer and dishwasher only when they are full. You can save up to 1,000 gallons a month.
- Choose shrubs and groundcovers instead of turf for hard-to-water areas such as steep slopes and isolated strips.
- Install covers on pools and spas and check for leaks around your pumps.
- Monitor your water bill for unusually high use. Your bill and water meter are tools that can help you discover leaks.
- Water your lawn and garden in the morning or evening when temperatures are cooler to minimize evaporation.
- Spreading a layer of organic mulch around plants retains moisture and saves water, time and money.
- Collect the water you use for rinsing fruits and vegetables, then reuse it to water houseplants.
- If water runs off your lawn easily, split your watering time into shorter periods to allow for better absorption.
- We are more likely to notice leaks indoors, but don't forget to check outdoor faucets, sprinklers and hoses for leaks.
- Check the root zone of your lawn or garden for moisture before watering using a spade or trowel. If it is still moist two inches under the soil surface, you still have enough water.
- Adjust your lawn mower to a higher setting. A taller lawn shades roots and holds soil moisture better than if it is closely clipped.
- Use sprinklers for large areas of grass. Water small patches by hand to avoid waste.
- Collect water from your roof to water your garden. A rain barrel placed at the end of a gutter will collect rain water which can later be used to water your garden or yard.
- Designate one glass for your drinking water each day or refill a water bottle. This will cut down on the number of glasses to wash.
- Rather than following a set watering schedule, check for soil moisture two to three inches below the surface before watering.
- Install a rain sensor on your irrigation controller so your system won't run when it is raining.
- Use drip irrigation for shrubs and trees to apply water directly to the roots where it is needed.
- Reduce the amount of lawn in your yard by planting shrubs and ground covers appropriate to your site and region.
- Remember to check your sprinkler system valves periodically for leaks and keep the sprinkler heads in good shape.
- Don't water your lawn on windy days when most of the water blows away or evaporates.
- Water your plants deeply but less frequently to encourage deep root growth and drought tolerance.
- Know where your master water shut-off valve is located. This could save water and prevent damage to your home.
- Group plants with the same watering needs together to avoid overwatering some while under watering others.
- Use a layer of organic material on the surface of your planting beds to minimize weed growth that competes for water.
- Use a minimum amount of organic or slow release fertilizer to promote a healthy and drought tolerant landscape.
- Trickling or cascading fountains lose less water to evaporation than those spraying water into the air.
- Use a rain gauge, or empty tuna can, to track rainfall on your lawn. Then reduce your watering accordingly.
- Learn how to shut off your automatic watering system in case it malfunctions or you get an unexpected rain.
- Set a kitchen timer when watering your lawn or garden to remind you when to stop. A running hose can discharge up to 10 gallons a minute.
- Make sure there are water-saving aerators on all of your faucets. Next time you add or replace a flower or shrub, choose a low water use plant for year-round landscape color and save up to 550 gallons each year.
- Use a trowel, shovel, or soil probe to examine soil moisture depth. If the top two to three inches of soil are dry it's time to water.
- If installing a lawn, select a turf mix or blend that matches your climate and site conditions.
- When you save water, you save money on your utility bills too. Saving water is easy for everyone to do.
- Make sure your swimming pools, fountains, and ponds are equipped with re-circulating pumps.
- Consult with your local nursery for information on plant selection and placement for optimum outdoor water savings.
- Winterize outdoor spigots when temperatures dip below freezing to prevent pipes from leaking or bursting.
- Share water conservation tips with friends and neighbors.
- Leave lower branches on trees and shrubs and allow leaf litter to accumulate on the soil. This keeps the soil cooler and reduces evaporation.
- Use sprinklers that deliver big drops of water close to the ground. Smaller water drops and mist often evaporate before they hit the ground.
- Adjust your watering schedule each month to match seasonal weather conditions and landscape requirements.
- Wash your pets outdoors in an area of your lawn that needs water.
- Aerate your lawn at least once a year so water can reach the roots rather than run off the surface.
- For hanging baskets, planters and pots, place ice cubes under the moss or dirt to give your plants a cool drink of water and help eliminate water overflow.
- Throw trimmings and peelings from fruits and vegetables into your yard compost to prevent using the garbage disposal.
- When you have ice left in your cup from a take-out restaurant, don't throw it in the trash, dump it on a plant.
| If you have any questions or we can be of further assistance, please contact our office at 817-707-3786. For your convenience, you may also request services from this site.
Thank you for your interest in Superior Sprinkler Services, we look forward to serving you in the near future!
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