Spring Coupon Season Ending Soon!

Spring Coupon Season Ending Soon!

There's still time to make big water-saving changes to your landscape this spring (with big cost savings to boot). Apply for SAWS WaterSaver Landscape and Patioscape coupons — deadline is May 31.

Mowing season has just begun. Tired of it yet? It's worth repeating, grass is the single most water-demanding and labor intensive part of maintaining a residential landscape. Why not cut back the amount of grass and free up some time to enjoy your landscape instead?

SAWS' WaterSaver Landscape & Patioscape coupons will help you replace grass with drought-hardy plants or pavers for a patio, or both! But, if want to get it done this spring, you need to move fast — the application deadline for coupons is May 31. Upon approval, your coupon(s) will be emailed to you. The deadline to use your coupons at participating retailers is June 30.

Customers with automatic irrigation systems must schedule a free irrigation consultation to receive their coupons, call 210-704-SAVE (7283) or schedule it via email to Consult@saws.org.

By allowing you to combine coupons, we're giving you the flexibility to design the outdoor space you've always imagined while making attractive, smart water-saving changes.

If you need more time to consider your landscape plans don't worry — WaterSaver Coupons will be available again at the end of summer.

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Juan Soulas

Juan Soulas is a conservation planner for San Antonio Water System. Since joining SAWS in 2007 his duties have focused on residential water use. He works with his Conservation colleagues to help customers find ways to reduce outdoor usage without compromising the health and aesthetic quality of their landscapes. Juan also coordinates engaging outreach efforts with SAWS’ conservation partners -- Bexar County Master Gardeners, Gardening Volunteers of South Texas, San Antonio Botanical Garden and Mitchell Lake Audubon Center – to increase community access to vital conservation information.