Installing a sprinkler system will pay for itself just in the money you save on conserving water (when watering by hand, 50 percent of the water used is lost by runoff, evaporation, not to mention installation of a separate deduct water meter). In times of watering bans or restrictions, sprinkler systems can be programmed to run late at night or early morning when water evaporation is at its lowest.
We ensure our customer's a quality product installed by trained individuals who are skilled and knowledgeable in irrigation installation and system design requirements. In short you will get a high quality product, at a competitive cost, installed in a timely manner, with the longest most complete system warranty available. All system materials are the best in the industry and feature the most advanced features today.
Our first system was installed in the summer of 1994. Most of our veteran irrigation designers and installers have been with the company since that first system, every year our designers and installers still attend "refresher" courses and must pass a test each year. Younger employees are required to pass in-house training and testing before being offered full time employment.
All designers worth their weight in plant material know that the health and longevity of a landscape depends on proper irrigation. However, many of them have not been so successful in translating that knowledge into irrigation system designs.Adding irrigation has become second nature in order to guarantee a great landscape, you've got to have adequate water. It's become just about standard with every landscape design or installation today that it includes a sprinkler system.
Another reason for automatically including irrigation designs is to market it as an insurance policy. Because 90 percent of plants die due to improper watering, the benefit to customers is the long-term insurance that their plants are properly irrigated. In addition, an irrigation system may reduce homeowners' water use and save them money. The benefit to the contractor is a decrease in warranty claims - as most installers warranty their plants for one year.
Contractors need to schedule a spring start up with their clients' irrigation systems, performing a detailed system run-through to target leaky valves, incorrect head placements or any other problems that lie unnoticed under a blanket of snow. A brief devotion to pre-season maintenance will guarantee system functioning all summer long. It only takes about an hour to get a system up and running and to ensure proper coverage, reduce water loss thereby reducing costs over the summer months.