The cost of updating your home and landscape to optimize water use can be expensive. Luckily, we have a few programs that can help. Click below to learn more about rebate programs offered in your service area.
Have a trained evaluator visit your home, business or institution – for free – to assess soil type, grass root depth, water pressure, sprinkler efficiency and precipitation rates to provide you with a customized irrigation schedule.
Most homeowners overwater by 40-50%. This watering guide is updated weekly based on weather and location to help you avoid overwatering and increase plant health.
We rely on snowpack to fill our reservoirs for our water supply. A high snowpack and consistent conservation efforts help us maintain future water supplies.
Simple ways you can conserve
Quickly Fix Leaks
A leaky faucet can waste thousands of gallons of water and add costs to your water bill. Keep your plumbing updated and free of unecessary drips and leaks.
A 2-4" layer of mulch can reduce the speed that water evaporates from the soil surface by 50%. Use a drip system for even less waste and maximum effect.
Overwatering is the #1 killer of landscape plants in Utah. Excessive soil moisture washes away nutrients and displaces oxygen, which are essential to plant health.
Weed Your Weeds
Pesky weeds are more than just an eye sore. They syphon water from other healthy plants and shrubs. Fewer weeds, means all around less water use for your landscape.
Adjust Your Mower
Adjust your mower height to a higher setting. Grass height correlates with root system depth. The taller the grass, the deeper the roots. The deeper the roots, the higher the drought tolerance!
Wash Fido Near Flowers
When washing your pet outside, locate an area of your yard in need of watering. That way you can have a clean dog and greener vegetation.