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Free Landscape and Irrigation Evaluations

 

Studies show that many irrigation systems are only 20 to 30 percent efficient.  This means as much as 80 percent of the water used is actually wasted.  Irrigating a small lot will generally take between 10,000 and 12,000 gallons of water per month.  Over watering leads to an unhealthy lawn meaning increased disease and pest issues.  If you have abnormally high water usage or frequent lawn problems consider having an irrigation audit performed on your system and incorporating the changes suggested by the professional auditor.  Changes may produce water savings and a healthier lawn as well.

 

IS YOUR IRRIGATION SYSTEM USING TOO MUCH WATER?

 

You May Save Water, and Possibly Save Money with a FREE LANDSCAPE and IRRIGATION EVALUATION 

 

City of Lakeland Water Utilities and the Southwest Florida Water Management District are offering water customers with working in-ground irrigation systems using potable (drinking) water a FREE EVALUATION.  For a limited time, participants will receive, at no charge:

  • An irrigation system evaluation with site-specific recommendations
  • Landscaping evaluation with planting recommendations
  • Water conservation information
  • Assistance with your irrigation timer
  •  PLUS a free water conservation kit.

 

To be eligible, you must be a City of Lakeland Water Utilities residential, commercial, or multi-family customer using potable (drinking) water with an operable in-ground irrigation system. Click Here For A Printable Application

Not sure?  Need more information?  Email Us

Not a City Lakeland Water Utilities Customer?  Polk County Utilities and the cities of Haines City, and Winter Haven are also offering the Free Landscape and Irrigation Evaluation program!  Please check with your water utility for participation.

Polk County Customers Click Here For Polk County Utilities Landscape and Irrigation Evaluation information, or call Jacqueline Hollister 863-298-4100 for more information.

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