Water Audit

We identify areas of waste or overuse, providing you
with tailored solutions for optimal water management and savings.

Water Auditing Services

A water audit is a crucial tool to ensure water is used wisely while keeping your landscape healthy and vibrant. Whether you’re a homeowner looking to save on water bills or a business aiming to fulfill sustainability goals, our professional water auditing service can provide invaluable insights and solutions.

Our water audit begins with a thorough examination of your existing irrigation system. We check for leaks, assess the condition of your sprinkler heads, drip lines, and other components, and evaluate their effectiveness in delivering water to your plants. We also test your system’s pressure and flow rates to ensure they align with your landscape’s needs.

A key part of our audit involves understanding your landscape. Different plants have different water needs, and factors such as soil type, slope, and sun exposure can affect how water is absorbed and retained. We take all these elements into account to develop a tailored watering schedule that promotes the health of your plants while avoiding waste.

In addition, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive report detailing our findings, along with specific recommendations for improving your system’s efficiency. This could include repairs, system upgrades, or changes to your watering schedule.

By investing in a water audit, you’re not only promoting the health and beauty of your landscape, but also contributing to water conservation.

Interested in a water audit?

Contact us today to schedule a service, request an estimate, or ask a question!

Frequently Asked Questions

The length of a water audit can vary depending on the size and complexity of your property and irrigation system. On average, it takes a few hours to complete.

The amount of water you can save depends on the current efficiency of your system and how closely the recommendations are followed. However, water audits typically result in a noticeable reduction in water use, often up to 30-50%.

Before a water audit, ensure you have any relevant information about your irrigation system handy, such as the make and model of your controller, your watering schedule, and any past issues. Also, provide access to your entire irrigation system, including the controller and all sprinkler heads.

While you can do basic checks for leaks or overwatering, a professional water audit is far more comprehensive and accurate. It involves specialized knowledge and tools to measure flow rates, pressure, and system uniformity, as well as the expertise to make effective recommendations.