MISSION VIEJO, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: California’s Sprinkler Repair Guy keeps customers green by being green. How? They set customers up with automated sprinkler systems that are 100 percent water efficient and ensure that residential and commercial customers are not in violation of California drought violations. No more drought shaming!
Water saving sprinkler nozzles and other parts and accessories are responsible for a water savings of up to 75 percent per year. And, while saving water is important, Michael Guerra, president, Sprinkler Repair Guy, says that this is not the most important differentiator between them and other water sprinkler companies.
“It’s not just about being green – the eco-friendly green – it’s all about being effective,” he says. “And, what most people don’t realize is that slow watering techniques are much more effective for lawns and gardens.”
So, when people water their yards and landscaping with traditional sprinkler systems, the plants are not processing that water in the most effective way possible. A large portion of that water is simply running off and not being properly absorbed. They key is slow watering.
Guerra further explains that during periods of drought, people think the answer is to abstain from watering altogether. He says that’s not the answer.
“It’s a big misconception. Poor looking lawns and gardens quickly depreciate the value of properties and that’s never a good thing,” he says. “Using green watering systems is really a win-win for all. Customers save money and water without being in violation of drought laws while plants, lawns and gardens also benefit.”
The bottom line is this: Efficient irrigation practices conserve water, save money and improve the landscape too. It’s a triple play.
About Sprinkler Repair Guy:
Sprinkler Repair Guy services the state of California. They offer professional services for lawn irrigation, landscape lighting, drip irrigation and drainage systems services. They handle everything from a minor sprinkler repair to a new cost effective water conservation system or a customized landscape lighting system.
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