• Irrigation

  • Landscape Irrigation

    Choosing Irrigation

    One of the most important elements of keeping that landscape looking its best is proper irrigation, especially during those times of year when sufficient rainfall does not arrive.

    There are many different types of irrigation systems available.  Spray Systems are the most popular form of irrigation for home lawns and gardens, and are most advantageous for small yard areas. The nozzles are easily changed to accommodate different spray positions, and the system in general is very dependable, requiring little maintenance. Rotary systems are most frequently used for large areas and are commonly seen on athletic fields. Rotary systems throw one or more streams of water up to 100 feet. This system is advantageous to cover large areas in which a high number of spray heads would be impractical. 

  • Drip irrigation is one of the most efficient, water conserving types of irrigation systems. Drip irrigation has a number of important advantages over other types of irrigation, including:

    • Easily accommodates planters and hanging baskets
    • Good irrigation for narrow and oddly shaped areas