Sentry Community Association Managers from the Phoenix, AZ office were recently recognized at an award ceremony for their contribution to the Water Wise Gilbert Program.
The Water Wise program’s mission is to promote efficient water use and help commercial customers save water and money. In order to earn the Water Wise Gilbert distinction, a site must be within 20% of their annual landscape water budget.
The Arizona Community Managers were able to accomplish this feat by being diligent with budgets throughout the year and following all of the criteria of the Water Wise program. This initiative not only helps with water conservation but it also saves residents and homeowner associations money on water bills.
In 2017 the Gilbert Water Conservation program helped save over 200 million gallons of water total, which equates to around $370,000 in avoided water costs for the communities and sites.
Sentry Management is a leader in managing homeowner associations and condominium associations since 1975. View our list of services here: http://www.sentrymgt.com/for-association-boards/services/
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