Free irrigation repair and maintenance class on April 8
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Although the spring season just started, summer is not far behind. Now is the time to do an irrigation check-up so that it’s in tip-top shape for the long, hot summer. Gain some insight into your irrigation system by attending a free “Irrigation Repair and Maintenance” class on Saturday, April 8. Sponsored by the City of Glendale Water Services Department, this class is held from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Glendale Main Library, 5959 W. Brown St.
An irrigation expert will outline the components of a typical system, review basic repairs, and recommend seasonal maintenance. Knowing how to make simple irrigation repairs can help you protect your landscape investment, while saving water and money. This class is free, but advance registration is required by calling 623-930-3760 or emailing [email protected]. You do not have to be a Glendale resident to attend.
For those who can’t attend the class, the Water Services Department offers print and online resources to help customers learn about landscape watering tailored to our arid climate:
- Landscape Watering by the Numbers: A Guide for the Arizona Desert. This will help you determine how much water to apply and how long to run your irrigation system. Call 623-930-3535 for a free copy or download it at www.wateruseitwisely.com.
- Smart Home Water Guide. This will help you find and fix indoor and outdoor leaks. Call 623-930-3535 for a free copy or download it atwww.smarthomewaterguide.org.