Beat the Heat with a Custom Irrigation System

The Texas summer heat has settled in, and by expert accounts, will be pretty oppressive and stifling this summer. To maintain your plants and lawn throughout the heat, consider trading in your outdated sprinkler for a custom-designed irrigation system.

An expertly designed and installed irrigation system can make your landscape flourish, as well as conserve water and money by reducing overspray and preventing over- or under-watering. It’s one of the best ways to ensure your lawn is evenly watered.

A major component of a properly designed system is defining irrigation zones. These zones are essentially sections of your landscape separated by the plants’ distinctive requirements for water. Grass, for example, has different water requirements than groundcovers, shrub, trees or flowering plants. Once you’ve determined your zones, you can tailor watering schedules to each specific one, so the correct amount of water is dispersed to the targeted area.

You’ll notice a big change when you make the switch to an irrigation system that’s custom-designed to your unique landscape because you’ll be able to keep your landscape healthy and lush with less water.

Already Have Sprinklers? Make Sure They’re Working Properly.
Frequently checking and maintaining your irrigation system will help regulate water usage. Consider these simple tips to ensure your sprinklers are working effectively.

  • Inspect. Check your system for clogged, broken or missing sprinkler heads. Examine points where the sprinkler heads connect to the pipes or hoses.
  • Direct. Redirect sprinklers so you’re not watering the driveway, house or sidewalk.
  • Select. Update your system’s schedule with the seasons, and invest in new technology like smart controllers, sensors and weather stations to help manage water usage.

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Irrigation Regulated by: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), MC-178 | P.O. Box 13087 │ Austin, Texas 78711 │ www.tceq.state.tx.us │ 512.239.5296 | Lic # LI18583 CAT 5/3A