Every Drop Counts

Minnesota Irrigation uses the most innovative products and techniques to effectively manage water usage
Zoning based on water pressure and flow
Proper plumbing
Pipe sizing
Matched precipitation
The average irrigation system uses approximately 130,000 gallons of water per season. The average water bill for an irrigation system is approximately $390 per season (city water).

Price point contractors typically do not provide the products and techniques to ensure efficient water management. While they will guarantee coverage it typically means a less efficient system.

The result is a potential increase of water usage by 23% (nearly 30,000 gallons), resulting in an average increase of $89 annually in water bills.

Additionally, adding one of Minnesota Irrigation’s water saving sensors will result in additional savings.


The average irrigation system will save over 35,000 gallons of water and $103 in water bills annually by installing the Solar Sync Sensor
Rain Sensor
Freeze Sensor
Solar Sensor – Measures sunlight, temperature, and ET (evapotranspiration) and changes run times
Upgrade cost – $140