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Integrated Water Harvesting and Distribution Systems

1st Home and Commercial Services installs integrated water harvesting and distribution systems to help clients save money and employ sustainable living solutions. Rainwater Harvesting Collection Systems conserve water and improve irrigation and landscape management – a cost effective green plumbing solution.

Rainwater Harvesting – A Green Plumbing Investment that pays you back

  • Reduce water bills
  • Qualify for city, state and federal rebates and tax incentives

Our team is experienced in each phase of production – from design and configuration through installation and testing. We work closely with clients to design a customized system that maximizes water conservation and irrigation management efficiencies. We install integrated water harvesting systems that incorporate a rainwater collection system with a pump control to disperse water automatically as programmed. Centralized controls enable efficient management of irrigation systems.

Reduce your water bill and provide clean, nutrient-rich water for efficient irrigation and landscape management.

Sustainable Living Solutions Impact our Community

We configure and install state-of-the-art John Deere Green Tech water harvesting systems to harnesses water power and reduce energy use. Central irrigation controls save clients time managing irrigation adjustments. By utilizing wireless technology, installation and maintenance is even more efficient. We’ll coordinate with a client’s landscape designer to improve the performance of the irrigation system.

Environmentally Responsible

  • Alleviate demand on municipal water systems
  • Avoid strict watering schedules
  • Nutrient-rich rainwater is more beneficial to your landscape than municipal water
  • Reduce exposure to chemicals
  • Reduce fertilizer use
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