Water Management Program
Keep your water costs down & your vegetation healthy
Your landscape is easily one of your most expensive and important investments. With the beauty of the high desert comes a responsibility for water management. Signature Landscapes has developed an excellent and unique water management program for your property.
- Out of town frequently?
- Rental property owner?
- Frequent valve breaks?
- Wasted water causing issues?
Ours is a proactive approach designed to find and fix small problems before they become large & expensive!
- Homeowners with automated irrigation systems are most likely to over-water landscapes.
- Plants stressed by excess water are more susceptible to disease and pest infestations.
- Problems may include dry spots in lawn, wash outs from sprinklers or drip, and/or plant material stress.
Per visit charges include a visible inspection of your lawn and any clock adjustments as necessary. Larger properties might take more time and we’ll make sure you’re aware of any additional fees before we begin the work.
If repairs are required then our regular charges apply and the initial charge is waived.
Weather permitting, there are normally 15 inspections per year: 2 in May, 2 in June, 4 in July, 4 in August, 2 in September, and 1 in October.
Yes, under special circumstances, but not on a regular basis. An appointment for the first call of the day can be set to guarantee an exact time or we can set an arrival timeframe within a two-hour timespan.
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