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Last Chance To Apply for WaterSaver Coupons

Wishing you had a flagstone patio with a toasty fire pit for chilly fall nights? Make your wishes come true now — apply by Oct. 15!

Fall is a great time to admire and enjoy your outdoor space.

Ideally, you’d have a colorful garden filled with fall flowering plants like esperanza or firebush and a flagstone patio where you and yours could huddle around a fire pit on chilly autumn evenings. But maybe you have a grass-dominant landscape because the changes you’ve wanted to make cost more than your budget allows.

Lucky for you, our WaterSaver Coupons can help you get started on creating your dream outdoor oasis — and save water!

Landscape and patioscape coupons can help defray some of the cost to replace grass with new plant beds or a patioscape. They give you a discount on the featured item of each coupon you redeem.

Coupons won’t cover the entire cost of all the materials needed to complete your project. Determine a budget you can work with and prepare a landscape plan with the coupons in mind. Depending on your budget, you can make changes in one or two ways:

  • Use the WaterSaver Landscape Coupon to get a discount on select plants to fill a 200-square-foot bed that, once established, is less water-demanding and adds beauty to your landscape. Of the two coupon offerings, this is likely the least expensive project you can undertake.
  • Use the WaterSaver Patioscape Coupon to install a 200-square-foot patio made with your choice of flagstone, stepping stones or pavers to create the outdoor living space you’ve always wanted. While this option will most likely be greater out of pocket expense, you can look forward to permanent water savings.

Don’t wait — start planning your WaterSaver Coupon projects today. Deadline to apply for WaterSaver Coupons is Oct. 15!

Juan Soulas
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.
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