Earlier this week we told you about how important it is to effectively water your lawn and how it can save you both resources and money. Now if you aren’t fond of sticking to the recommended methods, Weed-Pro can still help you out! We offer a Water Less Treatment that can still help you save both water and money. Whether you water too much or not enough, our Water Less Treatment can help you keep your lawn looking great. Learn more about the process now!
What is it and how does it work?
Our Water Less Treatment is an application that is spread on your lawn, which will eliminate the need to water frequently. It works by converting water molecules from the air into microscopic droplets, which are then absorbed into the soil and roots. This creates a secondary source of water for your grass, which allows you to water less.
What are the benefits?
By watering less, you save water which means you also save money. Just one application of our Water Less Treatment can reduce your watering by up to 50%. Less watering means a smaller water bill, and who doesn’t like that? Since there is also a secondary source of water created, it is extremely helpful in times when there is very little rain. It’s great for drought protection because your lawn will still able to get water without you having to worry about how much you should be watering. It can be especially beneficial during those long, hot summer days. In general, a well-watered lawn will also decrease the chances of your lawn getting any diseases, and it goes a long way with improving the color of your lawn.
Is it safe?
Our Water Less Treatment is made up of Humectants, a form of food grade sugar alcohol, and other natural materials. It is perfectly safe for both people and pets, so you won’t have to worry about your children or pets when they are playing in the yard!
Interested in learning more? Check out watering tips and more on our Water Less Treatment here.
You can also get a free estimate now to see how much the treatment would cost for you. Price is based on square footage of your lawn and one treatment lasts up to 3 months. Click below to get your free estimate today!