Being water wise benefits your landscape, environment, community, and budget. Outdoor residential irrigation accounts for as much as 60% of municipal water use in the summertime.
Occasional deep watering is better than frequent light watering. The amount of water to be used will vary tremendously from one site to the next depending on the soil, sun exposure and location. Consistency is the key.
A good rule of thumb for summer watering is one watering every third to fifth day for your landscape. Color plantings will require a bit more.
Obviously, rain, cloudy days, wind, drainage, type of watering, amount of water per time, and water bills all affect this schedule.
We can help you with any irrigation questions and concerns that you might have.