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Urban Irrigation Efficiency Program 
With an exploding population and limited water supply it is essential that we save now, for future generations, and preserve our fragile ecosystem.  

Palm Beach Soil & Water is a leading provider of water conservation services, offering the City of West Palm Beach residential customers a free program to help conserve water.  Qualified customers receive a free soil moisture sensor or a smart controller, which is installed by our   professional team.  We may also evaluate the system performance, which identifies opportunities for improvement, and provides recommendations on how to reduce water use even further. 

This program, which is brought to you by the City of West Palm Beach, is designed to help customers save water and money while maintaining a healthy landscape and reducing runoff.  


How does the program work?

We start with an on-site observation to insure your system qualifies for an upgrade of a new wireless controller or soil moisture sensor.  If your home qualifies, our team will complete the install and then perform an irrigation evaluation.

What is an Irrigation Evaluation?

During the evaluation, our team runs through the system zones and takes measurements. The information collected is analyzed to identify potential problems with the system design, operation and maintenance. After measuring the system uniformity, flow rates, pressure and evaluating the soil conditions, we will make recommendations that can help conserve water and provide better maintenance to your landscaping. 


What are the Benefits?

Floridian's are facing greater restrictions, new regulations, and increasing costs of water usage every year.  We can help customers to irrigate more efficiently by increasing uniformity and minimizing over-watering.  


When water is not applied uniformly, some plants receive too much water and some too little.  Applying too much water can leach valuable fertilizers and pesticides past the roots.  In addition, Florida's sandy soils permit water and dissolved chemicals to seep quickly, and unfiltered, into the underground aquifers that contain most of our fresh water. ​
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