This page provides indicative pricing for the core system plus recommended allowances for additional irrigation dripperline and fittings. We encourage you to contact us with a brief description of your situation, and we can discuss the best approach for you.
For those readers who have already started their research, these prices will shock you. If our site is the first you have seen, and are about to review other manufactured products, then be prepared for some serious sticker shock.
To be blunt: The days of having to spend $15,000 - $30,000 for a multi-zone, filtered graywater irrigation system are long gone.
The core IrriGRAY system starts at $4,150, and this is not a cut down / low cost version of IrriGRAY.
It has the same controller, same automatic filter, same pumping basin, and same Internet connectivity and monitoring service* as we provide to our commercial and industrial clients.
If you have 3,000 square feet of landscape and turf, allow another $1,500 - $2,500 for bed and sod dripperline. In this situation, an IrriGRAY system will cost about $6,000-$7,000 installed, compared to $2,000 - $3,000 for a reasonable quality traditional sprinkler system.
In this scenario, the additional cost of an IrriGRAY system is about $4,000. Included in a property mortgage, and allowing for running costs, IrriGRAY costs about $250 per year.
Again using this scenario, the minimum amount of water saved per year for an average US South / South West / West climate is 100,000 gallons. Therefore if your water cost exceeds $2 per thousand gallons, and most areas with any water scarcity are charging $5 - $10 per thousand gallons, IrriGRAY is making you money from day 1.
Plus, reducing the amount of water used on the property may significantly reduce your waste charges if the water supplier applies these charges to your general consumption.
In addition, IrriGRAY is protecting your valuable landscape from the ravages of water rationing and restrictions.
*Monitoring Service is included free for the first 12 months, and a nominal annual fee to cover our service costs. This fee may rise in the future in line with normal inflation pressures.