Midland Sprinklers and Maintenance Guidelines

Dead, crunchy brown grass, wilting, drooping flowers and yellowing dreary leaves on the trees, and no, this is not in reference to forest flora in the middle of the Fall! Rather, this is describing what a lawn can look like if not watered often during the warmer months. Yes, most irrigation system providers recognize that going outside each evening to water your lawn may not be feasible, but that does not mean that you cannot have a great looking lawn. Instead of letting your lawn look run down, you can keep your lawn looking fresh and inviting by having a sprinkler system installed. For more details click Midland Sprinklers and Maintenance, LLC-Sprinkler System Repair.

Perhaps you think that having a sprinkler system is too pricey and therefore not worth the investment. However, think about how much money is invested in having a verdant, lust green lawn, shrubbery replete with varying tones of green and flower gardens worthy of florist shop window! Given the amount of money invested in getting your postcard worthy, don’t you think that having a sprinkler system would be worth it?

So, should you be considering a sprinkler system, but are determined to still save some money, then be sure to follow these tips for keeping your lawn green while still keeping some green in your wallet, too!

Adjust the watering times or number of minutes as well as the frequency of watering based on weather conditions. Change your settings based on the seasons as well.

Be observant; take time at least once a month (ideally once a week) to check your system for leaks, broken sprinkler heads and other problems that could result in excess water usage.

Only water your lawn after the sun has gone down as this will reduce rapid evaporation.

Shaded areas typically use 30 percent less water, so be sure the sprinkler system has a lower output in these areas in your yard. You may also want to consider using drip irrigation for areas with trees or shrubs.

Each spring and fall, take the time to aerate your yard as not only does this loosen the soil but it helps reduce runoff as well. Then, after aerating, spread a layer of composted mulch, which will help keep the soil loose and hold water near the roots.

Keeping money in your pocket while still keeping your lawn green can be accomplished by using a sprinkler system. Simply take the time to follow the tips here and with hardly any effort at all, you can be sure to have a beautiful, well maintained and watered lawn and still save money on using your sprinkler system.

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