Make spring easier with an irrigation system!

Blog Contributed by Stephen McClain

Spring is here! That means that you can start planting bright, colorful plants again. Landscaping takes a lot of time and effort and can be something that allows your home’s personality to shine through. With so much time, effort, and money, it’s worth adding a few landscaping tools to make sure that your hard work does not go to waste. One of the best tools to ensure that your landscaping stays as beautiful as possible is an irrigation system.

Irrigation systems will easily keep your landscaping bright and beautiful all spring and summer long. Along with keeping your hard work alive and thriving throughout the seasons, irrigation systems can also help you save money. In fact, most irrigation systems will actually help reduce your water bill. If you are considering adding an irrigation system, there are a few different options that you can decide among, such as a sprinkler system, an underground hose irrigation system, a centralized irrigation control system, a drop irrigation system or a rotary system.

If you are looking into a commercial irrigation system that can easily keep your residential lawn and plants watered, look into a sprinkler system or a drip irrigation system. A drip irrigation system can help maintain the water needed to keep your plants sufficiently watered all while maintaining an efficient system that will help save you money on your water bill.

Contrarily to the above, if you have a large area that frequently needs to be watered, you may want to consider installing a centralized irrigation control system or an underground hose irrigation system. Both of these commercial irrigation systems can handle watering a larger area efficiently and in a way that can save you money all while keeping your landscaping bright and vibrant.

If you are interested in installing a commercial irrigation system, contact Great Estates Landscaping. They can install an irrigation system quickly and in a cost efficient way. Don’t let a lack of irrigation ruin all the hard work you have put into your landscaping this spring!

About The Author

In addition to being a manager on the landscaping maintenance, installation and turf management team at Great Estates Landscaping, Stephen McClain is a sports fanatic who enjoys spending time in nature and doing outdoor activities with his family.

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