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About Sprinkler System Solutions
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When it comes to lawn irrigation systems, you want the best value for your money. That’s why a quality professional sprinkler system installed by Sprinkler System Solutions is in order. We are a family-owned and operated business, licensed, insured, and bonded, specializing in residential and commercial irrigation systems that will make any space look beautiful with our sterling workmanship! Do you need a sprinkler system repair or installation? Let us give you a quote.
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Watering your lawn correctly is vital to maintaining its health and beauty. But poorly handled irrigation can lead to expensive problems in the future. Maintaining a lush, green landscape without sacrificing efficiency will give you years of enjoyment while also helping to conserve water.
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With a timer clock, you can set the days and times that your sprinklers will operate. You may also want to use an optional tool for rain sensors or gauges which recognizes recent weather conditions in order to adjust your program accordingly–YOU CAN’T GET MORE EFFICIENT WITH WATERING! These are available wireless as well as wired so they’ll fit into nearly any sprinkler system without issue.
We don’t want to just be the cheapest around; we put in systems that are worth claiming. We do it right and our customers can count on us for high-quality workmanship because they’re not getting cheap, shoddy systems. Other contractors are putting in fewer zones, heads and valves so they can give you an even cheaper rate, but cheaper is not what’s best for your lawn.
Installation usually takes 3 to 4 hours depending on the size of the job. Ninety percent of irrigation installations are completed by our professional technicians within one day.
When it’s hot and dry, try to water your lawn at least twice a week with an inch of water. If you have really low rainfall or live in an area that doesn’t get much rain, then consider watering only 2 days per schedule instead until conditions improve again.
Hose-end sprinklers waste a lot of water and don’t work as well. They often spray in areas where you don’t want them to spray, particularly on pavements or driveways. It’s easy to forget shutting off your hose ender which causes you to use way more water than necessary for watering your lawn properly.
When it comes to your lawn, the best time for watering is early morning. This will help prevent fungal growth by giving grass enough moisture before night falls and keeps surfaces cool so that spores don’t germinate easily or at all, especially if they’re already dry due to an over-zealous lawnmower operator who doesn’t follow protocol!
Watering the grass in bright, sunny weather is not only a waste of time but can also lead to disease. The water from your sprinkler may evaporate before it ever touches the ground, and this leaves gaps between plants that are susceptible for fungus or bacteria growths on their roots due to the lack of moisture at night when temperatures drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius).
To ensure that your sprinkler system operates at optimal efficiency, it’s important to know the maximum amount of time you can leave them on in one cycle. This will vary depending upon weather conditions and landscape layout but operating 1-2 times per week should be more than enough for most lawns.
Irrigation management is important because it can have a significant impact on both your lawn and water bill. Poorly done, or no irrigation at all, means higher costs for everything from fertilizers to pesticides. Proper irrigation management keeps you from having to use unnecessary chemicals (which could be unwelcome news if they ended up in our streams) to treat your lawn.