May 25 2017 0comment

Considering Sprinkler Installation in Charlotte

If you are considering sprinkler installation at your Charlotte home, you probably have several questions you want to be answered. After all, having a sprinkler system installed in your yard is a big decision and you don’t want to move forward before reviewing all of the facts. Here are questions most people ask when considering a sprinkler system and the answers.

After Having a Sprinkler System Installed, Will There be More Water Used?

Not at all. As a matter of fact, a sprinkler system may actually save on water usage. A well-designed sprinkler system applies just the right amount of water to keep your lawn and landscaping looking green and healthy.

You will never again have to move sprinklers and hoses all over your yard and guess as to how much water it needs. And you don’t have to worry about forgetting to turn the hose up and running up a high water bill.

Also, sensors can be used to know when it is raining and turn off as water in no longer needed. The sprinklers you have now can’t do that.

Will Automatic Sprinklers Water as Well as By Hand?

Actually, a sprinkler system will do a much more effective job of keeping your lawn lush and green as it will be installed based on your unique landscaping and diverse watering needs. Each of the elements in your yard, including shrubs grass and trees will get the right amount of water.

Will Time Be Saved Having a Sprinkler System Installed?

Consider this: You won’t have to spend a minute dragging a sprinkler head and hoses across your lawn to ensure your garden is getting enough water. The only thing you have to worry about in the summer is getting a sunburn. So live it up and use the extra time to read a book, focus on your tan or drink even more iced beverages.

What are the Components of a Typical Sprinkling System?

There is the control panel, which is the brains of the system. The controller is where you input all of the information like how long to water and when. You have valves that are underground that open and close to release the flow of water and you have sprinklers, which deliver the water to your lawn, garden, and landscaping. Lastly, there are pipes that connect it all together.

How Much Will This Cost?

The price of a system depends on several factors such as the size of your property, the type of landscaping you have and the number of zones needed to ensure your lawn will get plenty of water. If you want more information, give us a call.

Is It Difficult to Operate?

Not at all. Even the most advanced control panels are pretty simple and straightforward.

Most people feel the biggest benefit in having a sprinkler system is the amount of time they save not having to manually water their lawn. There are, after all, far better things to do in the summer months than standing around watering your lawn or garden.

 

 

 

 

 

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