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Conserva Irrigation expands in Florida

March 27, 2019 -  By
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Conserva Irrigation signed four franchise agreements that will expand the brand’s presence in the Sunshine State.

In 2018, Conserva started its rapid expansion into Florida, and with new franchise locations in West Palm Beach, Orlando, Brevard County, Jacksonville and St. Augustine, the company now has more than 86 territories in the U.S.

“While we have our sights set on aggressive nationwide expansion, Florida has always been at the top of our list,” said Russ Jundt, founder of Conserva Irrigation. “The state’s warm weather and tropical climate makes irrigation a year-long business, and we’re fortunate to have located the right entrepreneurs that will position our brand for long-term success. Introducing homeowners and local businesses to Conserva continues to be our biggest focus, and we’re anxious to see our newest franchisees in action. This is just the beginning of our planned growth in 2019.”

The new franchise owners joining Conserva’s team include:

  • Yohei Castro of Conserva Irrigation West Palm Beach;
  • Jeff Daniels of Conserva Irrigation Brevard County;
  • Scott Mullins and Roger Mullins of Conserva Irrigation of Orlando; and
  • Vanesa and Chris Ellis of Conserva Irrigation Northeast Florida (Jacksonville/St. Augustine).

“We’ve had our eye on Conserva for some time and we’re excited to get started,” Vanesa Ellis said. “Conserva is helping to eliminate the water waste issue plaguing our planet. Our customers are saving money, and we’re using ecofriendly, water-saving techniques to help our clientele enjoy their beautiful landscape. It’s a win for all parties involved  from an environmental and economic standpoint.”

Founded on the concept of water conservation, Conserva operates underneath the Outdoor Living Brands umbrella and provides repair and maintenance practices for commercial and residential sprinkler systems.

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