Drought driving up your water bills?
In about 2 hours you can install a drip irrigation system that will save you money for years.
- Costs start at $40 depending on how big your system will be.
- Drip irrigation will pay for itself in a few months. Since you won’t have much evaporation of the water like you would from a sprinkler it will cut your water use quite a bit.
- It’s not too difficult to assemble if you can follow directions to attach one part to another.
- Use this for your landscaping plants and/or vegetable garden as needed.
- Cover the hoses with mulch to hide the hoses and to hold the moisture in much better.
- Enjoy lower water bills and comply with any drought restrictions in your area.
It’s more important to save your trees than your lawn. A lawn can come back surprisingly well from what looks like a burned out condition. Trees? Nope. New trees are expensive and don’t add back the same value as an older tree to your property. That takes years.