Some of the most frequent questions we get are about the Southern Nevada Water Landscape rebates. People have a variety of questions surrounding this special Las Vegas landscaping rebate, but one of the most notable is: Are the rebates still in effect? The answer is Yes! These special rebates which offer homeowners and businesses a Las Vegas landscaping rebate of $1.50 per square foot of grass that is removed and replaced with desert landscaping are still available. And this is an annual benefit so it can be used more than once should Southern Nevada Water Authority customers decide they want to remove more turf.
Southern Nevada Water Landscape Rebate
There are certain restrictions that apply but we here at Desert Springs Landscaping understand the ins and outs of these water landscaping rebates, and will help guide you through the process of earning some of this “free” money. Click now if you would like to view the official Southern Nevada Water Authority website where the Las Vegas landscaping rebate information is found. But overall, it is very easy to stay within the guidelines as long as you are an SNWA customer and you are replacing grass and/or a man-made water feature that pumps from the SNWA system. The most important part of the process is to get approvals prior to starting any of the project to ensure that you comply with the regulations.
The official Southern Nevada Water Authority website supplies an official landscape rebate calculator that will estimate how much money you will earn through your conversion of at least 400 square feet. While the rebate won’t usually pay for the entire cost, it does provide a nice dent into your project budget.
Other important guidelines that must be met are you must create the proper desert scape in the are from where the turf was removed. At least 50% of the area must be covered in living plants. From the SNWA.com website: “Upon completion, converted areas must contain enough plants to create at least 50 percent living plant cover at maturity. The SNWA provides a list of plant cover values to be used regardless of the size of the plants at the time of inspection. In a single family residential project, you may instead request SNWA to determine whether the requirement is met by considering the entire plantable area of the front or back yard where the conversion occurred.”
As I mentioned, our Las Vegas landscaping experts here at Desert Springs Landscaping will walk you through every step of the process and ensure you receive your rebate. And we also know the plants that are OK, the plans that will make your landscaping project fall within the guidelines, and the best ways to get through the process. Feel free to give us a call at 702.436.8080 or send us an email at email@example.com for a free consultation. Thanks!–Rob, Owner, Desert Springs Landscaping, part of the Desert Springs Group.