Sprinkler System

Sprinkler / Drip Systems

Sprinkler / Drip systems are more efficient than any other form of watering. No more watering sidewalks or missing patches of green turf. An irrigation system will put the exact amount of water, in the exact spots, exactly when it is needed.

Sprinkler system install
You get the balance and consistency that hoses and moveable sprinklers can’t. Your lawn is a reflection of you, so put in a dependable watering system and let your lawn shine.

Installing a watering system helps transform your grass into the green, beautiful, healthy lawn you always wanted. Lawn irrigation systems are the most efficient way to ensure your yard gets the hydration it needs without over-watering.

By learning to water your lawn properly with the help of a watering system, you can conserve a significant amount of water and still get the healthy beautiful lawn you want.

Recommended Watering Schedule

— Established Lawns

— Established lawns require far less water than newly sodded or freshly seeded areas. For the cooler spring and fall seasons, we suggest decreasing watering to every other day.

— For the hotter summer months, we recommend that you water five to six times a week. Watering between 3-6AM is the ideal time to take advantage of the coolest time of the morning but completing prior to sunrise to allow the water to infiltrate the soil as much as possible.

— For newly installed sod, we recommend that you water at least two times each day. In the case of extreme heat, it might be necessary to add a third water cycle. Once the grow-in period of a few weeks has passed, it is recommended to reduce the watering frequency.
— For twice a day watering, schedule your system for 3-6AM and 6-8PM.
Recommended Water Duration

— A lawn irrigation system includes two different types of sprinkler heads – spray heads and rotor heads – distributing two different amounts of water per area.

— Zones consisting of spray heads typically require about 5-10 minutes of run time per cycle .

— Zones consisting of rotor heads typically require about 20-30 minutes of run time per cycle.