Drought Tolerant Landscaping
Take the natural approach to saving water by installing a “California-friendly landscape”. This type of landscape provides native plants to Southern California, which require less water to thrive in California’s climate.
Materials, such as concrete, flagstone, and decomposed granite, strengthens a landscape and reduces the amount of water wasted when watering your landscape. Each material has different functions and visual appeal, but they all have a similar benefit of increasing your water savings.
Take the artificial approach to saving water by installing artificial turf. Drought tolerant landscaping combined with artificial turf provides ample water savings and a low maintenance yard. Artificial turf retains less heat than standard turf and, thus, is safe for pets and children.
Gutters & Rain Barrels
Rain gutters and rain barrels are vital to limiting damage to your home and preventing soil erosion. Capturing water with rain barrels allows you to use recycled water instead of drinking water to irrigate your plants. This helps you save money and conserve water.
Retrofit your water system to drip or micro-irrigation to create the most water-efficient and cost-efficient landscape. Save up to 25% on your water bill with a drought tolerant irrigation system.