This picture shows a sprinkler head that is above the grade of the ground. Making it very easy to hit with a lawn mower. In many cases you may never know that it is busted until too late. We also recommend moving sprinkler heads 2 inches off of sidewalks and driveways to prevent being hit […]
It’s not “just” irrigation. We believe that your water management system should be maintained and programming controllers to provide the right amount of watering…a perfect balance between keeping plants healthy and keeping water and maintenance costs in check.
I see so often. Low heads and heads that are too high. Low heads can most definitely creates serious issues in your landscape. If the head is to low and the spray is deflected by the grounds or grass blades you will not get proper coverage. This needs to be managed and watched regularly. The […]
Ok. Turn on your turf irrigation. But watering properly is the way to go. Please don’t turn on 1 start time for 10-30 minutes. Or anywhere in between. You may have Bermuda grass, st. Augustine or SOYSIA. We will water them differently. Remember one cycle for more than seven minutes is usually wasting […]
FIRST! * Is your system properly working? * Are all heads set properly in the ground to maximize coverage and eliminate waste? * Are all nozzles the correct pattern and distance for the area being watering to assure 100% coverage? * Is the design correct with the proper layout for maximum and best coverage? ie, […]
Don’t let the sunshine, warmer temperatures, and weekend excitement cause you to turn on the sprinkler just yet. If you need to water in your Pre -Emergent application or new plants do so. Otherwise Hold off. If you would like a Free consultation on a watering program for your landscape call 972-838-4444. Limited spots […]
A broken head resulting in what is called a geyser. Lost water, lost money. Geysers are pretty in parks but not something you want to see in your yard after you start up your lawn sprinkler system. I see these many early mornings while off to work around 5am and most are still asleep. Spring is here […]