Dry Conditions Could Lead to Stricter Watering Restrictions

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Record-low rainfall across the SFWMD  in November has stressed lawns across the area.

So far, December has seen a continuation of the dry conditions that made last month a historically parched month. In many places across the area, little precipitation has fallen this month, stressing yards and landscapes. Combined with very warm weather, the lack of rainfall has hurt lawns and may lead to ramped up restrictions on lawn irrigation. In most places across South Florida, people may water their lawns twice per week. Residents in places like Hollywood, Deerfield Beach, Boynton Beach, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Delray Beach should strive to get the most out of their limited watering opportunities. Businesses that perform irrigation boynton beach work can check people’s sprinkler systems to ensure that they work efficiently and properly.

Homeowners, property owners and property managers may want to invest in the services of sprinkler companies to bring their sprinkler systems up to par and get them working as well as possible. Well-functioning irrigation systems can ensure that South Florida lawns and landscapes survive the current warm and dry weather. Professional sprinklers west palm beach firms move, adjust, raise, repair and replace sprinklers to ensure proper sprinkler coverage across customers’ lawns and landscapes.   These businesses should check customers’ sprinkler settings to make sure they irrigate their properties enough, but not too much.

Some sources have speculated that the lack of rainfall could lead the South Florida Water Management District and individual municipalities to further tighten irrigation watering restrictions. In most places across the district, people can water two times per week, making it important that sprinkler systems deliver water efficiently and precisely. Leading sprinkler companies across the area will service sprinkler systems for homeowners and communities, adjusting sprinkler heads to limit overspray and wasted water. If stricter restrictions come into effect, it will become even more important for people to get the most out of their irrigation systems.

 

Wet Start to Year Eases Some Drought Concerns

Wet Start to Year Eases Some Drought Concerns

South Florida has experienced an abnormally wet start to the year.

The South Florida Water Management District, which manages water resources in sixteen counties across the Southern half of the state, reported earlier this month, in a press release, that all areas under its supervision had recorded rainfall totals above average in the “dry season” that begins each year. While restrictions for landscape irrigation remain in place – residents in most areas may water their lawns two days per week – lawns should withstand the heat of the summer months as we enter the “rainy season.” Typically, South Florida experiences frequent, and sometimes heavy, rainfall between June and October. Top irrigation businesses in the area, including leading irrigation west palm beach companies, can help area residents in numerous ways, such as repairing broken sprinkler heads, moving and adjusting heads to improve sprinkler coverage, installing water-saving devices like rainswitches and more.

Customers in the region can ensure that their lawns remain healthy and green, regardless of precipitation levels, by keeping their sprinkler systems well maintained. Sprinkler companies across the area can perform periodic wet checks on people’s irrigation systems to fix broken pipes, malfunctioning valves, broken heads, clogged nozzles and other common issues. Call licensed and insured companies to repair issues with sprinklers lake worth, as well as delray beach sprinklers, sprinklers boca raton, west palm beach sprinklers and more.

Although above-average rainfall in the first five months of the year has made drought conditions less likely for the year, consumers can still take steps to conserve water for the good of the environment and their bottom lines. Homeowners and communities across South Florida can upgrade and improve their sprinkler systems in a number of ways to make their systems more efficient and eco-friendly. For the cost of a service call, homeowners can get their sprinkler systems adjusted and reviewed by professional firms in the area. Professionals can move and adjust heads to give customers proper coverage and distribution of irrigation. Installing a rainswitch or smart clock can prevent unnecessary irrigation. Consumers should strive to get broken pipes and broken heads fixed as quickly as possible to minimize wasted water.

Link to SFWMD press release.