Outdoor Irrigation Inspections for Your HOA or Business
Slow the Flow offers a quick and impactful way to evaluate the irrigation practices of your commercial property or HOA and makes simple suggestions for changes that will reduce waste and eliminate runoff. Slow the Flow’s trained technicians perform a detailed analysis of your existing sprinkler system and will provide a comprehensive report detailing findings and recommendations to improve efficiency.
The service will provide suggestions that will deliver measurable improvements in water use reduction, saving your business money, and supporting community conservation goals. This no-cost service is available through partnerships with more than two dozen water utilities across Colorado’s Front Range.
Three Steps to Water Savings
Is Your Business Eligible for a No-Cost Inspection?
Check your eligibility to find out if you qualify for a Slow the Flow Outdoor Inspection. For any further questions, please call 303.999.3824.
Request an Inspection
Request an appointment by downloading and completing our intake form, then email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schedule Your Slow the Flow Inspection
Once you have completed our large property intake form, our customer service staff will contact you to schedule the appointment.
Please call 303.999.3824.
Looking for your Report?
Request another copy of your sprinkler inspection report by emailing email@example.com with the name of your business or HOA and the year the inspection was completed.
The appointment duration depends on the size of the property’s irrigation system. A person responsible for the maintenance of the landscape must be present for the first 1-2 hours of the inspection.
Availability for large property inspections are extremely limited, so register early to ensure your spot for the coming summer. Inspections are conducted from June until August annually.
Our team of professionally trained technicians from the Center for ReSource Conservation perform Slow the Flow inspections.
A Slow the Flow sprinkler inspection includes:
- A visual inspection of every irrigation zone on your property to pinpoint problems in the sprinkler system
- Tests to measure precipitation rates—how much water is coming out of sprinkler system
- Tests to determine distribution uniformity—how evenly the water is covering the intended area
- Soil sample to determine root depth and soil type