Valley residents can take their water conservation and money savings to the next level by saving hundreds on a smart irrigation controller. Participants can register for and attend one of three virtual SRP Water Conservation Expos this month to get their exclusive discount.
When attendees install a smart irrigation controller (not for flood irrigation) to water their landscape, they can save at least 20 percent more water than a traditional controller. Smart controllers automatically create watering schedules using real-time weather data and on-site conditions to determine your landscape watering needs.
Attendees can choose from one of the following:
Hunter Pro-HC six-station outdoor smart irrigation controller
Hunter smart controller cost is $60 plus tax* (retail value is $439).
Discount and rebate: Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply discounted price for expo attendees is $165, and SRP provides an instant rebate of $105.
Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler controller
Rachio smart controller is $60 plus tax* (retail value is $199.99) and includes the outdoor enclosure box (retail value is $29.99).
Discount and rebate: Ewing discounted price for expo attendees is $170, and SRP provides an instant rebate of $110.
Noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 12 (Register here)
Noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, July 14 (Register here)
9 to 10 a.m. on Saturday July 16 (Register here)
The Water Expo webinar will include an introduction from SRP, Hunter, Rachio and Ewing, along with SRP expert presentations.
· Historian. Dive into SRP’s history as a water and power provider and discover how the company’s innovative spirit helped shape Arizona and the West since its founding in 1903.
· Surface Water Resources. Learn about the strategies and practices SRP uses to maintain a resilient and reliable water supply.
· Measurement Service. Explore how Arizona’s water and snow is monitored and measured. You’ll discover how these key indicators can help predict the Valley’s water total today and in the future.
· Canal Multiple Use. Discover the unique history of our canal system and how SRP continues to work with communities to make them a valued source of joy, recreation and water.