How does changing your landscaping affect your irrigation system?
Repairs and annual maintenance aren’t the only things you should be doing to your sprinkler system. You may have added new lawn areas, shrubs or trees that might not be getting any water! New patios, hardscape areas, walkways another changes to your landscape can cause your once-efficient system to over-water, over-spray and even cause dry and parched areas.
So what’s the best thing to do?
Fortunately, we have the knowledge and skills to examine how these changes in your landscape affect your system. We’ll be able to determine exactly what is needed to correct it. In most cases, simple and cost effective measures can be made.
What type of adjustments might be made?
For Your Lawn Areas
- In lawn areas it may be as simple as adding an additional sprinkler head or moving a sprinkler head to the proper location.
- In other cases, an additional zone may be required for proper coverage and performance.
For Your Plant Bed Areas
- For your new plantings, shrubs or trees, we extend your drip system or install new drip lines to protect your new investment.
- If drip irrigation is not currently present, we highly recommend installing a drip system. They have been proven to be up to 90% efficient and are extremely beneficial to your new plantings.
If you have, or are thinking about changing some parts of your landscaping, don’t hesitate to contact us. We can be extremely helpful and proactive in modifying your sprinkler system to meet the new and exciting changes!