Since up to 70% of California’s residential water supply is used for home landscaping, installation of outdoor water-saving devices can help homeowner save water and money. Here are some IRWD rebates that will help homeowners reduce outdoor water use.
Weather-Based Irrigation Controllers (WBICs) automatically adjust the irrigation schedules and the amount of water used per irrigation to match weather conditions and plants types. Using WBICs c can save the homeowner over 13,500 gallons of water per year.
Rotating Spray Nozzles apply water to yards in a slow, uniform way. This prevents over-watering and uses 20% less water than conventional spray heads. Rebates start at $4 per nozzle. A minimum purchase of 15 nozzles is required.
Turf Removal Rebate Program allows homeowner to receive $2 per square foot of turf removed. To qualify, at least 250 feet of turf must be remove. There is no maximum. Note: If you can’t participate in turf removal (for example, your HOA will not allow it), this article provides some tips: “5 Tips for a Water-Wise Lawn”.
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