Types of Irrigation Systems
There are many different types of systems, depending on how the water is distributed and where. If you are lucky, your house already came with a great one but we can also help you install your new irrigation system and even help you figure out what system is best for you.
Just like it sounds, this type will distribute water near the surface of your lawn by use of gravity.
Water is distributed in specific locations, this is useful if you have any plants that require more water than others.
This plant watering system will drip continuously to the heart of the roots, this will minimize runoff and evaporation. Rain bird sprinkler system is the best irrigation system around, click here to purchase it.
Everyone knows this one and is the most common- it's the irrigation king as far as Texans are concerned. Water is distributed by high-pressured sprinklers from a central location throughout your lawn. This is super common for flat areas like Texas.
Center pivot irrigation
The fancy way of saying that you have one or two sprinklers that you will move to cover the whole lawn.
Water is distributed manually through something like a hose or watering can. This is time and labor intensive. Don't be that person. You are wasting water here!
Good question! Texas can get really hot in the summer so that means you will need to water more often so your grass stays nice and green through out the season. It's best if you can get an Irrigation System installed but that is not always affordable. Not a problem! We have a Texas water schedule to maintain that healthy lawn and garden.
How long should I water for one inch of water?
You can take a empty tuna can and put it near your sprinkler and once the tuna can has filled up then it's approximately enough water.
If you can't push a 6" screwdriver into your lawn, you are not watering enough.
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