An underground sprinkler system is a great option. Imagine how easy it is to water the grass with your system. You will have a lawn you can be proud of, as your flowers will flourish.
These systems don't have to be used only by businesses or golf courses. It is now possible to install one on your property. You can also hire an expert person to install custom lawn sprinklers at your farm.
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These are some things to keep in mind when you're considering this project.
Cartography of the System
Each yard is different, so you need to ensure that your landscaping meets all water needs. Mark the boundaries of your property on a map. Depending on the layout of your yard, you may have multiple water zones. Watering living materials is important. You may need to pay more attention to plants that require extra water.
To avoid dry spots, make sure your coverage is extended. Avoid watering areas such as the driveway, sidewalk, or any other areas without turf or landscaping. To prevent pressure loss, minimize turns and create additional zones to stop long pipe extensions that could cause pressure loss.
Things to Do for the Week Before
Digging down will be necessary to install the system. You don't want utility lines to be damaged. Before you dig, make sure to call and get the underground utilities marked. Call early in the week to ensure they have enough time to reach your property and provide the services.