Sprinkler System Basics - Irrigation At It's Best

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Whether you are a homeowner or you own a commercial building, you probably are interested in saving money. One of the best ways to lower your water bill and save money each month, is to install a sprinkler system. Careful irrigation of plants and sod not only puts money back into your pocket, but it is also the environmentally responsible choice.

Irrigation systems can be simple to install and are easy to use. Once the settings are programmed, you can go on vacation and not have to worry about any of your plants. Whether you choose to irrigate your flower beds, lawn or patio containers, there is an irrigation right for you. Discover for yourself the range of easy irrigation methods and how you can benefit from using them.

Both homeowners and commercial building owners alike are discovering that a quality sprinkler system can reduce overhead costs significantly. There are many different styles of irrigation systems, several of them can be easily installed and do not require the use of a professional. If you have flower beds or patio containers, you can quickly install your own watering system for a relatively low cost.

Some of the more affordable and popular brand names are Rainbird, Rainbow, Superflex and Itron. Each of these brands carries a line of watering systems that would work well for patio and hanging containers. You may want to look at their drip lines or mist systems. Another environmentally friendly option is to grow your own vegetables. This can be easily done and requires a relatively low amount of start up money.

The best way to have a constant and regulated water source to these temperamental plants is through the use of a sprinkler system. It basically requires you to attach a soaker hose to your main water source nozzle and run your drip line extensions to the individual plants in the container garden.

You can even attach a timer at the nozzle, which would allow you to leave and not worry about over watering. Once you have your system in place and set up properly, you only have to check on it at your convenience. Having a well laid out irrigation system will not only save you money, but will also save you valuable time.

 


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