Want To Install a Lawn Sprinkler System? Here Are The Pros And Cons.
Watering the lawn has traditionally meant going out with your hose, sometimes a hassle. The main issue is that early morning is “the best time to water plants is in the morning before the sun becomes hot. Which lets your plants absorb water without excess loss to evaporation while ensuring the foliage has dried before nighttime, reducing the risk of plant diseases.” But who wants to get up before the sun and water their lawn and gardens. Not me. Maybe it sounds like a nice thing to do some mornings, but most of us would instead catch the last few winks of the night in bed. In addition, watering the lawn can become a difficult chore if your yard is huge at any time of the day. That’s why many people opt to install an automatic sprinkler system. Modern automated watering systems help grow healthier, lusher lawns and allow you to keep your gardens and lawn healthy on a set schedule worry-free.
There are several reasons why installing an automated sprinkler system is a great way to save time and make watering the lawn easier. But, as with any other home project, it’s best to consider both the pros and cons of a sprinkler system before deciding to add one to your lawn. So let’s go over them to help you make the best possible decision for your lawn.
Pros of Sprinkler Systems
Cons Of A Sprinkler System
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Falco Lawn Sprinklers is a family-owned and operated business. We’ve served the people of Westchester County since 2001, and our irrigation systems have been a staple of healthy lawns all across the area. Our sod folding technique minimizes damage to your property during the installation of your sprinkler system. And we offer seasonal maintenance, including winterization, as well as adjusting your system to ensure it maintains the proper water flow.
Contact us if you have any questions or want to get started with a new irrigation system for your lawn.