Information

  • Client / Site

  • Audit Location
  • Conducted on

  • Irrigation Auditor

  • Document No.

Irrigation Audit

  • Was audit conducted by an irrigation professional certified by a WaterSense labeled program?

  • Name of Irrigation Auditor

  • Company Name

Test Area

  • Site Type

  • Test Area Size (sq ft)

  • Soil Type

  • Plant Material

  • Microclimate

  • Root Depth (inches)

  • Slope

  • Plant Factor (PF)

  • Time to Runoff

  • ETo for 1 Week (inches)

Irrigation System

  • Water Source

  • Meter Type

  • Static Pressure

  • Meter Size

  • Dynamic Pressure

  • Meter Units

  • Irrigation Type

  • Backflow:

Verification of Specification Criteria & Operating Pressure

  • Designed or installed by Certified Irrigation Professional

  • Name of Professional?

  • Waiver provided for design/installation

  • Name of designer/installer

  • System operates without leaks

  • System prevents runoff and overspray from leaving the property

  • System includes a technology that inhibits or interrupts<br>operation of the irrigation system during periods of rainfall or<br>sufficient moisture (e.g., rain sensors, soil moisture sensors)

  • WaterSense labeled weather-based controller or soil moisture<br>sensor-based controller with the following capabilities in both<br>smart and standard mode

  • Sprinkler heads have a 4-inch or greater pop-up height and matched<br>precipitation. (Note: This excludes components of a microirrigation system.)

  • Sprinkler irrigation not installed on plantings other than turfgrass other than as part of a micro-irrigation system

  • Sprinkler irrigation not used on strips of turfgrass < 4 feet wide or on slopes > 4:1<br>other than as part of a micro-irrigation system

  • Micro-irrigation system includes a pressure regulator, filters, and flush end assemblies

  • Two seasonal water schedules (initial grow-in period and established landscape) are posted at the controller

  • Station or zone pressure within 10% of manufacturer recommended operating pressure

Catch Can Test Observations

  • Attach diagram of test area including dimensions, head locations, and catch can locations.

  • Catch Can Number
  • Volume/Depth

  • Low Quarter

  • Catch Can Test Sum

  • Catch Can Average

  • Test Run Time (min)

  • DU is 65% or greater (determined by catch-can test during audit)

General Notes and Observations

  • Notes on Irrigation System Criteria

Audit Sign-Off

  • By affixing my signature below, the undersigned does hereby declare that the irrigation system criteria for new homes, as specified in the WaterSense New Home Specification and the Irrigation Audit Guidelines for WaterSense Labeled New Homes, have been met, and if requested, will provide the necessary supporting documents.

  • Certified Irrigation Professional Name and Signature

  • Contact Details

  • Date and Time Started

  • Date and Time Ended

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