Conserva Irrigation announced its partnership with the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP). Conserva Irrigation has partnered with NALP to provide education, training and accreditation as the irrigation leader places an added emphasis on rapid growth and building its franchisee support system.
“Conserva Irrigation was founded on providing water-efficient irrigation solutions to clients. In the past four years, we’ve grown our network to more than 100 territories with dedicated franchisees and technicians who are committed to that same vision under a shared passion for solving water waste,” said Russ Jundt, founder of Conserva Irrigation. “As we welcome new and existing franchisees, we’re thrilled to offer NALP as a resource to our network and to become a trusted member of the landscaping industry.”
Like much of the green industry, Conserva Irrigation was labeled as an essential business amid the pandemic and saw continued success through innovation, culture, and the strength of its proprietary processes to audit irrigation systems. Conserva’s methodology includes a quantitative rating of the water efficiency of an irrigation system called the System Efficiency Score or “SES”. The SES allows a residential or commercial property owner to understand how much water their sprinkler systems are wasting, as well as to understand what repairs and improvements need to be made to reduce water consumption and lower water bills while keeping turf and plant material healthy.
“We are pleased to welcome Conserva Irrigation into the membership of NALP,” said Britt Wood, NALP CEO. “Their focus on sustainable water management practices aligns well with our focus on advancing industry professionalism at the national level.”
Conserva Irrigation is planning expansion throughout the United States and continues to seek single- and multi-unit franchise operators with a range of corporate experience, independent or franchise business owners looking for diversification opportunities, and irrigation companies seeking to align with Conserva’s proven business model and systems. Incentives are also available for veterans, multi-territory agreements, and those with existing irrigation businesses.