WaterSense Rain Sensor Program

sprinklerOf course rain comes and goes, sometimes unexpectedly. But on days when it does come, you don’t want to be watering your yard. Maintaining a yard can be very expensive and the cost of irrigating a yard can sometimes exceed that of the household water. To avoid wasting water irrigating your yard on a rainy day, PWC recommends that you install some type of rain or soil humidity sensor. For a limited time, PWC will offer a bill credit equal to the retail cost of the sensor (minus tax and other charges). Find out how you can earn up to a $50 bill credit when you purchase and install a rain sensor.

PWC’s WaterSense® Rain Sensor Program begins May 1, 2018 and ends October 31, 2018*.

Read all the details below for this exciting opportunity to save some money on your rain sensor purchase which can also help you lower your utility bill.

Application, Terms & Conditions

Water Saving Tips for Homeowners

Even/Odd Outdoor Watering Schedule

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List of Local Licensed Irrigation Contractors: For your added convenience, PWC has compiled a list of licensed irrigation contractors that hold a valid North Carolina license.

*PWC reserves the right to amend or discontinue this program at any time without prior notice.

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