Tired of watering the lawn by hand? Let Us do it for you. Our professional irrigation systems (also referred to as sprinkler systems) will water your entire yard regularly and automatically.
Tired of watering the lawn by hand? Let us do it for you. Our professional irrigation systems (also referred to as sprinkler systems) will water your entire yard regularly and automatically. They are completely automated via an easy-to-use control timer You and your family will enjoy a lush, healthy, and beautiful lawn all season long without ever having to lift a finger or waste any more time watering. Spend your time enjoying you lawn, not watering it.
Let our design team prepare a worry-free irrigation system for your oasis. We can plan a design from the ground up, or add to an existing system to suit your landscaping needs.
While maintaining a beautiful yard, an automatic sprinkler system promotes healthier plants and lawns without over or under-watering. The addition of an automatic irrigation system increases the value of your home, and saves you time and money.
Our worry-free installation is the first step to creating or preserving a beautiful yard. Our top-notch irrigation technicians ensure that the right techniques are used.
Tips for installing an irrigation system
Installing a lawn sprinkler system is a good way to save money. However, it’s not the easiest do-it-yourself project. You need to be purchasing components and planning where and how to put it. Keep in mind that installing a lawn sprinkler is not really an easy Sunday project. It needs more or less a week to complete with all the fine tuning.
The soil type is a factor that affects the efficiency of the irrigation. Soil that is sandy absorbs more water quickly than soil that is clay. If you ever supply more water than the soil can take, runoff will happen. The type of grass you have in your lawn is also a factor as well. Some grass varieties need more water to sustain them, and some don’t. It is advised that you research for these factors.
Before installing a permanent lawn sprinkler system, you’d need to:
• See if your local area needs a permit to build an irrigation system
• You need to check if there are underground utilities before you start digging. Call your local utility company for info. Because if you dig too hard and end up puncturing a gas pipe, you could be charged or arrested.
• Research your local watering ordinances.
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