* 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, are shrubs blocking water distribution to other areas?
* Are zones designed properly? Beds and turf separated and not together? Micro climates zones separated and not together. ie, heavy sun area zones with a heavy shade area.
* Are sprinkler heads leaning therefore not spraying the correct pattern leaving dry spots?
* Do you have over spray missing the root zone of plants? I see this often is shrub beds when sprinkler heads are raised above the plant material.
* And many more.
Before any good sprinkler watering program can work the system needs to be at 100% of its potential. The landscape dictates this. Having sprinkler heads throwing water out for 10 minutes does not mean you are getting it watered. As a matter fact I have seen as much as 50% of a landscape not getting properly watered even though the system is watering. And a poorly functioning sprinkler system can be wasting as much as 40% of its water down the drain and streets.
Have Haynes Sprinkler, Drainage and Maintenance inspect YOUR system today. 972-838-4444