Irrigation System Installation

Decided To Install An Irrigation System?

Planning to install a house irrigation system in the near future? It’s really important to ensure that your irrigation system is properly installed to prevent leaks and to direct the water exactly where and when it’s needed. While the irrigation system installation is a simple process, it’s not something that can be done within a day or even a weekend. It takes time and effort to set up and fine-tune the system to work perfectly without a hitch.

While not the easiest project to take on, the installation can be done manually to save cost, or you can splurge a little to hire professionals to get it done for you with guaranteed satisfaction and none of the hassle involved. Before installing the irrigation system, the system must be thoroughly designed and planned to suit your garden or lawn needs.

Plan And Design!

What’s involved in the planning? Firstly, you need to take into account the types of plants and soil that you have. This allows you to calculate the amount of irrigation water that needs to be directed to each part of the garden. It also lets you design the irrigation system to cater to your requirements by taking into account the water pressure and size of your mainline pipe, the flow rate of the water supply and the spray coverage of your irrigation type.

Planning and designing the system is important to ensuring that all factors are factored into the equation to prevent under-watering or over-watering. You could use an online planner to help you out, or get professional opinion from us when designing your irrigation system. Once the preliminary research is done, we get out the map and start planning where to lay the lines. Each watering zone is an independent circuit containing a set of pipes and pipe heads. Due to the layout of your garden, you may require more than one watering zone to ensure best coverage.

Once the layout is designed, and the parts of the irrigation system has been compiled, it is time to lay the lines down. Digging in your backyard may or may not require legal permits depending on the local authorities, so it should be checked beforehand. Digging the trench is hard and tiring work, and if hard labour isn’t your style, the professional help would be more than happy to step in and take over. Once the trench is completed throughout the garden or lawn, assembling the various irrigation system parts is a cinch.

Leave The Trouble To Us!

Landscape IrrigationConnecting your irrigation system to the mainline pipe and installing a backflow prevention system is slightly trickier but can still be attempted on your own. Then, all you need to do is attach a controller with a timer to control the controlling valves of each watering zone. With that, all your irrigation system requires is a fine-tuning to get everything in gear! Don’t wait any longer, just contact us to find out more!


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