Since a Stage 1 drought has been declared in metro Denver and wildfires have been blazing across the state, many people have been quick to contact the Denver Water Savers to report any and everyone who does not adhere to the request to voluntarily reduce their water consumption by 10 percent. Some residents are so frustrated with the local water waste like automatic sprinklers operating during rainstorms, that they ask Denver Water what it takes to announce a Stage 2 drought, to stiffen regulations.
However, it is important to know that having an automated sprinkler system is different from having a “smart” irrigation system. At this time, it is more important than ever to cut water waste all over the Colorado state. Having a smart sprinkler system installed will help to water your lawn with accurate weather-based control, and precision that will save you valuable time, money, and water.
If you want more information on how you can get a smart sprinkler system for your Denver area home, contact a designer at Lifescape. 303-831-8310.
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