Learning Garden Winter Hours
8:00am to 2:00pm

Save water this winter by converting shower heads to low-flow models.

Save water by waiting to do laundry until you have a full load.

 

What is a Water Audit?

 

The average homeowner in Utah applies almost double the amount of water onto their landscape than is necessary. Most of that is not an issue of belligerently wasting water, but simply a lack of knowing how much water our landscapes need to thrive, how efficient our sprinkler systems are, and how quickly they apply water on to the lawn. Water audits are designed to help homeowners learn these particulars so they can be as efficient as possible with landscape irrigation. 

The audits consists of well-trained interns from Weber Basin coming to your home and doing a personal assessment on the property. They check the irrigation system and make suggestions if they see anything that could make it more efficient. A simple field soil test is performed to determine general soil type and texture.  A catch-cup test is performed to see how quickly the sprinklers are applying water to the lawn and to determine how uniform the water is being applied. Studies show that applying half an inch of water is ideal to adequately water the soil for turf roots without too much water running off the surface of the soil or out of the root zone. 

Click HERE for to sign up for a water audit. (Sign ups for water audits begin April 2018)

 

DIY Water Audit

 

Like the idea of having an water audit performed on your property but are not available during our business hours? Water audits are fairly simple to do on your own. 

Click HERE to learn how to do your own water audit.