Just because you have a beautifully landscaped yard does not mean that you’ll have to spend all your time working to keep it that way. With a professionally installed sprinkler system, your lawn, and gardens will be the envy of the neighborhood. Automatic sprinkler systems are more than a convenience, they are a necessity when your daily schedule does not allow time for manual watering.  The following information on how your landscaping will benefit from a sprinkler system may help you decide whether or not to have one installed in your own yard.

Improved Overall Health And Appearance:

One of the obvious benefits of installing a sprinkler system is improving the health of your landscape. When irrigation is done correctly, the lawn and garden plants will respond with healthy growth. Besides the aesthetics, a vibrant, thriving landscape will help increase the value of your property.

Water Conservation:

A properly installed sprinkler system can be helpful in conserving water. The system can be set to supply the lawn and gardens with the smallest amount of water necessary to sustain good health.  Sensors can also be installed that detect natural moisture which stops the sprinklers from turning on when it rains.

Time Saver:

If there is one thing we don’t have an abundance of today, it’s free time.  Regardless of how well we try to plan our days, we never seem to have enough time to accomplish everything we set out to do.  Manually watering the lawn and gardens is tedious and time consuming. Also, this method typically does not provide the same consistent amount of water as an irrigation system.  It is a great relief for many homeowners to leave the watering responsibility to the automatic sprinkler system.

Efficient Irrigation:

There is a variety of different lawn sprinklers, all designed to irrigate specific landscape areas.  The main goal is to install a sprinkler that allows an even distribution of water in the most water efficient manner.  Spray irrigation consists of jets/nozzles placed at strategic locations on the lawn that spray water at regular intervals. Drip irrigation involves underground piping that  drips water, moistens the soil, and hydrates the plant’s root system. Prior to installation, you will consult with a  professional  technician to determine the ideal sprinkler type and orientation in relation to your specific landscape design.

Maybe it time to invest in an irrigation system and take the chore of watering the lawn off your “To Do” list.

 

 

 

 

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