In the summer months it's estimated that more than half of all residential water usage is for outdoor purposes.
And around 60% of homes use more water than is necessary to keep their lawns green during a period that typically sees water restrictions and shortages.
Since 1980, the per capita water storage in Texas has fallen by 30%. Currently there is not enough water to meet demand during times of drought and the water needs of Texas are expected to increase by 130% by 2060.
Leaks, over-watering, poor positioning and timing can all be identified and repaired. By using water-conscious technologies, like drip lines, bubblers, pressure regulated sprinklers and MP rotary nozzles, you can save thousands of gallons of water a month.