Sprinkler Head Repair
Lawn Sprinkler Heads Repair
It could be a sign of a broken sprinkler head if you're experiencing low water pressure, gushing water puddles, or drying out plants and grass areas on your lawn. Please don't wait. Call us to assess the situation and get your sprinkler system running.
Choosing the Right Sprinkler Heads for Your Landscape
Your landscape design consists of various plants with distinct irrigation requirements that must be met to keep them healthy. To optimize your water usage and avoid overwatering that can harm your plants and result in wasteful runoff, selecting the right sprinkler head for each group of plant species is crucial. Research shows homeowners can save up to 50-70% on water bills using appropriate sprinkler heads in different landscape zones.Request a Quote
Types of Sprinkler Heads
Lawn Sprinkler Heads We Install and Service
Choosing the appropriate sprinkler system design for your lawn depends on its size and the water pressure of your irrigation system. Here are a the different types of lawn sprinkler heads we use to design your system and provide proper watering for your yard.
Spray Irrigation Heads
Spray irrigation heads release much water quickly, creating a delicate, misty spray that the wind can blow away. This can impact irrigation efficiency, so it may not be the best choice if you live in a windy area.
Rotary Sprinkler Heads
Rotary heads are ideal for slow-draining soils and slopes as they deliver water in a stream rather than a fine mist like spray heads. This means no wind drift of spray, less runoff, and less wasted water.
Bubblers are an irrigation system that delivers water quickly to small spaces around shrubs, trees, and ground cover. They are not suitable for watering lawns. You should avoid using bubblers in areas that are not level or have slow-draining soil, such as clay. The water will flow away from plants and potentially flood other regions.
Drip Irrigation and Soaker Systems
Using a drip irrigation system instead of bubblers for extensive landscapes is recommended. Drip irrigation is more efficient for large landscapes as it delivers water slowly to plant bases. Flower beds and crops thrive with drip irrigation.
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