Improving Plant Health and Lowering Water Costs
Irrigation System Services
Irrigation systems come in all shapes and sizes to meet the specific needs of your landscaping.
Reduce Water Costs
Irrigation systems are designed and programmed to use the right amount of water for the types of plants in your landscaping. It operates at the perfect times of the day and gives just the right amount of water. Your sprinkler system will never use more than your plants need, reducing the cost of your water bill. Efficiency is essential for any business, especially when it’s related to costs.
The problem with hand watering plants is it’s easy for them to be overwatered. Overwatering leads to the growth of weeds and fungi that have a negative impact on landscaping. Irrigation systems prevent overwatering because of how they’re installed and strategically placed on your property. We assess the optimal amount of water for your property before installing and programming.
Maintaining a lawn or landscaping of any kind within the commercial sector is difficult. It requires a lot of time and work. An irrigation system offloads the long process of watering your plants, allowing you to allocate that time toward other parts of your property. Even during the seasons where rain is more common, you can always make adjustments to the system for optimal watering times.
Fewer Weeds and Fungi
Watering your landscaping by hand can lead to collections of water droplets on the leaves and stems of your plants, resulting in the encouragement of fungi growth. Irrigation systems are designed to water evenly and at the base of plants, targeting their roots. This reduces the chance for fungi growth and targets the plant roots directly, discouraging weed growth.
The Right Choice
Types of Irrigation Systems
Best suited for lawns, sprinkler systems are common as they simulate rainfall and reduce water loss by operating early in the morning or at night.
Also known as trickle irrigation, this system delivers water directly to the base of plants, perfect for flowerbeds, gardens, and ground cover plants.
As a form of drip irrigation, soaker hoses deliver water directly to the roots of plants while buried underneath mulch or laid on top of the ground.