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Wed, Aug-16, 2023

How to Fix Sinking Sprinkler Heads in Tampa

By |August 16th, 2023|Categories: Sprinkler Repair|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on How to Fix Sinking Sprinkler Heads in Tampa

Have you wondered why your lawn is dry or brown, but still green around the sprinkler heads? The answer might be a sinking sprinkler head. It’s worth having a quick inspection and if that’s the problem, making some changes. Why Are My Sprinkler Heads Sinking? Sinking sprinkler heads is not usually a huge problem. Don’t panic, but it needs fixing. Over time, soil compacts with foot traffic and lawnmowers running over and around the heads. That causes the sprinklers to settle into a lower position. Once sunken, the water can’t spray as far as it usually does. In fact, it can collide directly with only the surrounding turf. That causes under-watered grass further away from the sprinklers, and possibly even overwatered grass directly around it. And it gets worse fast! Brown grass, or even flooded grass. ‘Give me a solution!’ I hear you ask: How to Fix Sinking Sprinkler Heads in Tampa Don’t delay, as time will only make things worse - it can be a real struggle to rescue a dead lawn with Tampa’s climate. Here’s what you can do: Dig around the head with a shovel, to remove the sod and soil. Carefully clear out the dirt around it. Pay attention to not hit or damage any underground pipes, or the sprinkler head itself! Pull the sprinkler head up, so it’s even with the ground again. Pack the soil under and around the sprinkler head, push down on it slightly to ensure the pressure is sufficient to avoid it sinking again quickly. Replace the sod piece, over the sprinkler head. Read Related: Does My Lawn Need Resodding? Take the Time to Clean Your Sprinkler Heads While fixing your sinking sprinkler heads, it’s also a good opportunity to clean them out. Dirty sprinkler heads can cause underwatering, as the [...]

Fri, Jul-7, 2023

5 Hurricane-Proof Landscaping Solutions for Florida

By |July 7th, 2023|Categories: Landscape Lighting|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on 5 Hurricane-Proof Landscaping Solutions for Florida

Hurricane-proof landscaping in Florida can save your property from Florida and long-lasting flood damage. The investment could save you a lot in the long run, as you won’t need to take as many drastic steps to save your lawn or replace damaged property.

Tue, May-9, 2023

What Type of Home Irrigation Do You Need to Get a Dream Yard?

By |May 9th, 2023|Categories: Irrigation System|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on What Type of Home Irrigation Do You Need to Get a Dream Yard?

Deciding what type of home irrigation system you install can have a large impact on how your yard and plants grow. We regularly see homeowners with flooded or under-watered lawns, purely because their irrigation system isn’t right for their needs. As experts in irrigation installation in Florida, we’ve made this quick guide to get you started. As always, feel free to call us today for more advice and expert installation. Read Related: 10 Essential Spring Lawn Care Tips for a Vibrant Lawn What Type of Home Irrigation Do I Need? Sprinkler Irrigation Sprinklers are the ‘standard’ type of home irrigation system. They fire out water above ground, allowing them to cover large areas and overcome obstacles. They can rotate, allowing for large coverage with minimal devices. In terms of sprinkler choice, you have two options: Moveable hose-connected sprinklers (cheaper option for occasional, flexible watering). Automated, pop-up sprinklers (reliable and consistent watering, with automated hideaway heads & no risk of hose tripping). The Benefits of a Sprinkler Irrigation System By supplying overhead water, you can target large areas of your hard with a few sprinkler heads. You can target large areas of plants and bushes. Very versatile and can be used almost anywhere on your property. There’s no need to worry about gravity, you can even have a sprinkler system pointing up a slope. Perfect For: Yards with plants that need regular watering. Large areas and lawns. Non-disruptive installation. Trickle or Drip Irrigation Trickle drip irrigation is the most precise type of home irrigation system around. It works by placing irrigation lines around your yard, with small holes located at the desired watering points. The lines slowly drip water out, providing consistent and efficient watering directly to the plants. The water then flows directly to the roots of the plants in [...]

Fri, Mar-10, 2023

10 Essential Spring Lawn Care Tips for a Vibrant Lawn

By |March 10th, 2023|Categories: Sod Installation|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on 10 Essential Spring Lawn Care Tips for a Vibrant Lawn

Spring is here, calling for the need to have an alive-looking lawn! Using our top spring lawn care tips, you can stand out from the rest of the neighborhood.

Wed, Jan-11, 2023

Why Repairing Your Sprinkler System This Winter Could Save You Money!

By |January 11th, 2023|Categories: Sprinkler Repair|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Why Repairing Your Sprinkler System This Winter Could Save You Money!

Repairing your sprinkler system this winter could potentially save you hundreds (or maybe even thousands) of dollars in the future.

Fri, Dec-16, 2022

The Best Landscape Lighting Trends in 2023

By |December 16th, 2022|Categories: Landscape Lighting|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on The Best Landscape Lighting Trends in 2023

Looking to give your outdoor spaces a makeover? Then it's time to take a look at the best landscape lighting trends in 2023!

Tue, Nov-22, 2022

Florida Winter Lawn Care Tips to Keep It Looking Great in 2022!

By |November 22nd, 2022|Categories: Irrigation System, Sprinkler System|Comments Off on Florida Winter Lawn Care Tips to Keep It Looking Great in 2022!

Winter lawn care in Florida this year may require some alternative thinking, in the wake of Hurricane Ian.

Tue, Oct-11, 2022

When Is It Time to Stop Watering Your Lawn in Fall?

By |October 11th, 2022|Categories: Sprinkler System|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on When Is It Time to Stop Watering Your Lawn in Fall?

Knowing when to stop watering your lawn in fall in Florida brings a different answer to the rest of the country. Any quick Google search will give you advice about freezing temperatures and hard ground, but of course, here in the Sunshine State, we get plenty of... sunshine! We recommend that you don't stop watering your lawn in the fall in Florida! If you want to keep your grass lush and green next spring, you must keep watering, mowing and nurturing your turf year-round. Find the Watering Sweet Spot! As temperatures drop as low as 59° during November, your grass and plants won't require as much water as during the summer - because the water isn't evaporating as fats. But that doesn't mean you should stop watering! You need to find the sweet spot. But don't stop entirely! Here in Florida, our lawns remain thirsty year-round. Without water, they'll discolor from green to brown and gray - and soon need replanting! And a dehydrated lawn won't spring back in the same way when you walk in it. Be Careful Not to Overwater Head out to your sprinkler system's control panel or timer and adjust those settings. Reduce the frequency and duration of watering, but ensure it's still getting enough to avoid dehydration. If you keep your sprinkler system in summer mode, you'll over-water your lawn. The water will stay in the soil, causing roots to suffocate. Your lawn will have very shallow roots and become prone to disease, discoloration and pests this winter! Knowing what watering schedule you need to follow in fall in Florida depends on various factors such as grass type, root depth, soil composition and ambient temperature. How Often Should I Water My Lawn in Fall in Florida? As a general rule of thumb, water your lawn [...]



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