Types of irrigation systems we install
A drip irrigation system is a good choice for plant and flower beds and vegetable gardens. Drip systems feed small amounts of water right where it's needed - at the root of the plant - delivering a slow, steady trickle of water that sinks deep into the soil.
Sprinklers toss water into the air, treating vegetation to a rain shower. Sprinkler systems should come on only in the early morning. A lot of the water can be lost through evaporation if the system is delivering water in the afternoon when the sun is at its peak.
Soaker Hoses (Drip Irrigation)
Soaker hoses are a form of drip irrigation, without automation. You connect them to a water source and they “weep” water from tiny holes along the length of the hose, usually with a 2- to 3-inch watering width.