This may have been discussed before, but I figured with so many new members, we could bring this up again. How many of your accounts actually water their lawn? Either by a professionally installed irrigation system, or even by using garden hoses hooked up with sprinklers placed around the lawn. (I'm sure the answers will differ depending upon your location.) I'm especially curious to hear from NorthEast members, although everyone is free to reply. We find it is very hard around here to get people to water their lawns. We inform our customers that heavy watering at infrequent intervals is best than to water every day. What do you suggest to your customers? Will you even take on a new client that admittedly never waters? At this point we still do, but we are seriously now trying to target clients that understand the importance of watering. Let me see if I can explain what I am trying to say. I would like to find or make a chart or graph that a customer could reference so they could see how much their water bill would increase a month by watering. Say like how much output of water, including the amount of time watering each month, and then showing the increase in cost for that much water used. I don't even know if this possible because if the customer was just watering with sprinklers how would I know how much water was being used? Someone help me out here, I'm beginning to babble Just thought I'd bring this up to get some conversation going.