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Avoid watering the sidewalk with these tips and tricks for proper irrigation practices.

New Braunfels Utilities is committed to saving you money and communicating watering standards in times of drought. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American family uses 320 gallons of water per day, about 30 percent of which is devoted to outdoor uses. More than half of that outdoor water is used for watering lawns and gardens. Nationwide, commercial landscape irrigation is estimated to account for nearly one-third of all water use, totaling nearly nine billion gallons per day.

How to Adjust Your Irrigation Controller

There are many different types of irrigation controllers on the market today, and they may seem confusing at first glance. The good news is these videos help break them down for you.

How to Make The Most of Your Sprinkler System

Conserving water is everyone’s responsibility! It can be easy with a few adjustments to your sprinkler. View the videos below to learn how to reduce water waste with the right sprinkler usage.

Irrigation Rebate

New Braunfels Utilities is committed to conserving natural resources and is offering residential water customers $250 per irrigation zone that is retired from use.

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Residential Irrigation Meter Application

If you are a homeowner interested in keeping track of your outdoor water use, fill out an application for an Irrigation Meter today! New Braunfels Utilities will walk you through the entire process, from installation to interpretation.

Commercial Irrigation Meter Application

Do you have a business or manage a commercial property that uses an outdoor sprinkler system? It may be a good idea to monitor your outdoor irrigation use with one an NBU Irrigation Meter. Complete a commercial application for an irrigation meter today!