Water Conservation

We are experts in adding value and want to help our clients protect their real estate investments as they deal with the challenges of water restrictions throughout Texas.

The markets we serve have been in various degrees of water restrictions for years and each year these restrictions have become more severe. We all need to do our part to conserve this precious resource but many property owners are experiencing significant plant loss and incurring great expense for plant replacements as a result of having restricted systems.

It is important that property owners and managers recognize new installation practices and irrigation conversions as an investment in the future rather than an added expense in a given year. Investing in irrigation practices such as drip irrigation will save an owner money during periods of unrestricted landscape watering because the systems are more efficient and use much less water.  More importantly in today’s environment, the owner has flexibility and maintains control over landscape watering when neighboring properties do not…creating a competitive edge and adding value.

Points of Distinction

Over 2,900,000 linear feet of drip irrigation installed since 2012
Experience with all major central control systems and smart controllers
Currently manage over 21,000 zones of irrigation on a monthly basis

“The Village at Allen & The Village at Fairview have recently invested in a drip irrigation conversion with Prestonwood Landscape. With the recent water restrictions, Prestonwood Landscape has helped us be more sustainable and a good corporate citizen of our community – we couldn’t be happier with how the project has started and look forward to great results.”
– Norine Bowen, VP of Property Management, The MG Herring Group

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Licensed Irrigator # LI 17911. Irrigation in Texas is regulated by the Texas Commission On Environmental Quality (TCEQ) (MC-178), P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087. www.tceq.state.tx.us