Irrigation systems are par for the course in the many, many new home developments across northern Nevada. But not every home in the area has automatic sprinklers. If you’re living in one of them, or you have an existing system that requires constant upkeep and repair, you may have considered the pros and cons of having a new irrigation system installed. The only potential drawback is the upfront cost. If that’s something you consider reasonable, here are three benefits of a new sprinkler system.
You’ll Save Water
Irrigation technology has come a long way. Today’s sprinkler systems are designed with features like sensors that monitor both the soil’s moisture level and the weather – no more watering in the rain! They’re also much better at watering within a specific range. After all, the goal is to water your lawn and garden areas – not the driveway or sidewalks. By watering intended areas only, you reduce water waste. That’s not only better for the environment, especially here in our dry high desert climate, but it’s better for your wallet, too.
Your Outdoor Spaces will Thrive
All of the greenery in your outdoor space needs a specific amount of water to thrive. Whether you have a lawn and beds or xeriscaping, an irrigation system that’s been properly installed by a professional company like Harris Landscape Construction here in Reno will ensure every plant and corner of your outdoor space gets what it needs to thrive.
No More Dragging Hoses and Attachments
Hand watering often involves dragging the hose around and fumbling with sprinkler attachments to ensure everything gets saturated. An irrigation system that includes automatic sprinklers and drip not only takes care of every plant in your garden appropriately, it does it all on its own, leaving you more time for other activities.
Ready for an Estimate?
There are many benefits to an upgraded irrigation system. If you’re ready to learn more, or you have questions about pricing or timeframes, we’re happy to answer your questions. Contact Harris Landscape Construction in Reno today.