If you’re like most in the southwest, you’re probably doing a few things to save water in the backyard. With increasing water costs and the ongoing drought, it only makes sense we put forth the energy needed to avoid another water crisis.
But where do we start?
Save Water In the Backyard
As you may have seen around your neighborhood, some people are replacing their natural grass with drought-tolerant landscaping. When done correctly, you can actually improve the appeal of your home by switching to drought-tolerant landscaping.
In addition, you save water and money for years to come.
So how do you save water in the backyard?
The first step is to make sure you’re not wasting water.