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Clearwater business and commercial property owners shouldn’t underestimate the power of stunning and vibrant landscaping, which can be achieved with a well-designed sprinkler and irrigation system. If your property’s landscaping or greenery is struggling or looks dehydrated, people will only think worse of your business. Our Commercial Sprinkler and Irrigation team can design and install a sprinkler system that brings the visual side of your business to life! Enhance Your First Impressions Positive first impressions are crucial in any business, and a luscious lawn or blooming flower bed can provide just that. When you arrive at a business as a customer or business associate for the first time, how would you feel if you saw decaying grass, puddles and dead plants? Now compare that with the impression you’d have when you see the opposite; grass that is thriving and plants that show the business cares. Do you see the difference? Customers will also judge your business when they drive by, or first step foot on the property. You need something eye-catching. Don’t shoot yourself in the foot; create an appearance that reflects success! Create a healthy workplace It’s not just customers that will enjoy coming back to a property with healthy greenery, you’ll begin to see boosts in morale from employees too when they arrive each day to a workplace that is pleasant to work at. Beautiful green lawns, bushes, fragrant flowers and organised landscaping will make an overall positive impact on your business. Landscape Designed with Care Every commercial property is different, and every commercial need is different. The best sprinkler design and installation teams will take into consideration even the smallest details when analysing what your property needs. We’ll make sure that everything from the way water flows on slopes, to the times when plants are watered (in [...]
Proper watering is crucial in making any lawn or garden become luscious and vibrant, that’s why knowing how to choose an Irrigation System type is vital. Every homeowner looks out on their property and wishes their yard was free from brown patches and underwhelming grass. But fixing this through manual watering is tiring and prone to errors. You have to drag out hoses, waste gallons of water and then attempt to water precisely all with your own hands. An irrigation and sprinkler system will do the work for you; saving you money and wasted effort. It’s THE best way to bring stunning results to your garden. Here’s a look at some key tips on how to choose the irrigation system to brighten up your garden: What Type of Sprinkler System Do You Need? Spray Sprinkler Systems Spray Sprinklers are the type that you probably think of first when talking about a Sprinkler System. They are recommended for areas such as lawns, bushes and gardens that need quick application. They work by using pop-up sprinkler heads, connected to a pump that has a timer. This allows for precision watering, for the optimal duration. Perfect for: Flat gardens Lawns Absorbent soils Slopes (With a well-planned watering schedule) Rotor Heads Rotor Heads are a type of spray system that are often used across large areas. The Rotor Heads shoot out water in smooth streams at a far less frequent rate than a normal sprinkler system. If you have a big area that needs watering, then a rotor head sprinkler system will do the job! Perfect for: Large Lawns Parks Golf Courses Sports Fields Drip Irrigation Drip Irrigation is a highly controlled system that provides water to crops and plants at close proximity. Drip systems typically include pipes that have holes (drip emitters) in, [...]
If you’re considering installing a Sprinkler System in Clearwater then you’ll need professional help if you want to avoid problems in the future or avoid wasting your money on a system that fails to water your garden to the standards you dream about. An irrigation system that is correctly installed by a professional will be designed to prevent common flaws and need minimal maintenance. Sprinkler Systems are far more complex than many assume. So before you head out into the yard and start making a mess, read over our key reasons as to why you should hire a Professional Clearwater Sprinkler and Irrigation Team. We Pay Attention to Tree Roots Tree roots can cause havoc to an irrigation system. If you have trees in your garden, then their roots must be considered when installing a sprinkler system. As roots grow they can break pipes, change how water drains and cause complicated problems that are expensive to fix. Our professional team will use their experience to plan around tree roots (including planning for their future growth) or clip them when installing pipes. Install a Sprinkler System that meets Florida’s Laws Property owners in Tampa must have backflow prevention devices in their water systems, to prevent water from flowing back into the city’s water supply. Our professional Clearwater team will install these devices, so you meet the city’s requirements while also keeping neighboring water clean. Place Sprinkler Heads at the Correct Heights An often overlooked part of a sprinkler system installation is the height of sprinkler heads. A design flaw as simple as the heads being too high from the surface can cause water to spray poorly, or leave them exposed to mowers that can break them instantly. Our team will take the time to install sprinkler heads to the optimal height. [...]
A well-watered lawn is essential to any healthy garden. The slightest problem with an irrigation system can cause dry patches, disease, wasted water and wasted money. Ignoring faults in a sprinkler system will quickly make matters worse, leaving you with a damaged garden or a big repair job. Spotting the warning signs early can save you money and hassle in the future. Our Clearwater Irrigation Repair team will repair any problem, big or small, to keep your landscape looking luscious and in peak condition. Here are some important warning signs that show your irrigation system needs repair: Visual Warning Signs There are some easy to spot visual cues that suggest a faulty irrigation system, including: Dirty water being sprayed Small holes appearing in your lawn Bubbling water coming out of the sprinkler heads Sunken turf Unusually green patches of grass Mold, mildew or fungus on your lawn Low Water Pressure Changes in Water Pressure Water pressure changes can cause severe watering issues. If the pressure is too low, your grass and plants will fail to receive water. If too high, then parts in the sprinkler system are likely to wear out or break quickly. To check for any faults in the water pressure, turn on your irrigation system and observe how it flows. You should easily be able to spot any unusual behavior in the water flow. If it seems abnormal or appears to fluctuate, then there is a good chance your system has a leak or clog. If this is the case, contacting a repair team is the best option. They can check pipes and pressures without destroying your garden in the process. Erratic Sprinkler Spray If you notice your sprinklers spraying off-target, then it's time to check your sprinkler heads. If there are dirt or debris clogs, you [...]
Dead spots, brown spots and worn out patches of grass are painfully irritating for anyone who takes pride in their lawn's appearance. Adverse weather conditions or problems with your irrigation system can leave you with a nasty looking lawn, that you'll want to fix as soon as possible. Thankfully, a dead lawn means you have the chance to start again and discover the errors that caused the problem. But fixing a dead a lawn can be a difficult task, especially if you're new to it. Here are some helpful tips that are key to reviving any dead grass: 1 - De-thatch Your Lawn Thatch can build-up and is often the primary cause of a damaged lawn. Thatch is a layer of dead or diseased grass that is found between soil and a healthy surface layer. It is brown and straw-like in appearance and holds onto excessive amounts of water, which promotes the growth of fungi and lawn disease. De-thatching isn't fun, but in minor cases can be solved with a common garden rake. A de-thatching rake may be needed if the amount of thatch is severe. You'll need to rake the entire lawn, removing any dead grass that lifts up. 2 - Cultivate Regular cultivation is a handy task for any grass that is in desperate need of a helping hand. By using Aerators, you can quickly create holes in your lawn that allow water, light, and air to access the roots of your grass. It will let new grass to grow below and break through the topsoil. 3 - Thorough Fertilization It cannot be stressed enough how important fertilization is, in the process of making a dead lawn look green and healthy again. Fertilizer helps your grass deal with high temperatures and recover from disease or pest damage. A [...]
Drainage is an overlooked area of general garden and lawn maintenance, which if neglected can quickly leave you with a bunch of problems to fix. When excessive water and rain fails to drain away properly, it can cause flooding. Flooding can destroy a lawn, leave standing water, promote the growth of disease and potentially affect neighbors too. With some easy and simple steps, however, you can improve your drainage system and prevent floods. Our Clearwater Irrigation Team can also analyze and take care of your irrigation and drainage systems if you need the help of a professional and local team. Keep Leaves out of Drains and Gutters Even the very best, self-sufficient irrigation systems can't prevent leaves getting blown into drains and gutters. A simple leaf clog can quickly cause flooding and potentially more significant problems. Use a rake or leaf blower to clear up any leaves that may collect on storm drains to prevent this. A simple clear out of leaves in your drains and gutters every few months can save you from a lot of trouble in the long run. Avoid Leaving Leaves and Dead Vegetation On Your Property If you've been working on your garden and have a pile of leaves or discarded plants, be careful not to leave them in areas where they can get washed or blown towards sprinkler heads or drain covers. Check for leaks or damage to pipes if you see flooding If you suspect there is a deeper problem with your irrigation system and have noticed flooding, then try to inspect your property for any signs of leaks and damage. If possible, direct the water flow away from your home's foundations and towards drains. Get an expert to check for leaking valves or Low Head Drainage Problems An expert can come and [...]
Have you ever been in shock when reading your water bill? If it seems like your recent water bills were unexplainable, then it's possible that your sprinkler system is in need of repairs. An unnoticed leak or fault in the system can lead to gallons of water being lost without you even noticing. Underground leaks from sprinkler systems can cause sinkholes and lawn damage that will leave you with costly bills to fix your property. Using our Clearwater Sprinkler Repair Service can solve these problems. We'll analyze your irrigation system and make the fixes it needs, which in turn will reduce your next water bill! How much water can be lost in small leaks? A common leak near a sprinkler head can in just 15-minutes leak around 230 gallons of water. When that 15-minute cycle is repeated throughout the week, thousands of gallons of water will quickly get wasted. This results in your water bill surging in price. How much can water leaks increase water bills? With just one small minor leak on a sprinkler head, you could see a rise in over $20 on your water bills. That's just a minor leak; If your Clearwater Sprinkler system is suffering from something more dramatic, then the bill can double in the space of one month. If you have a large property or an extensive sprinkler system, then the inflation in your water bill could be vast. The price of getting your sprinkler repaired is going to reduce your water bill in the long term, while also increasing the efficiency and quality overall of your sprinkler system. Water Can be Wasted Due To Faulty Parts You probably invested hundreds or thousands of dollars into installing a sprinkler system. But eventually, faults occur as parts get old or damaged through wear and [...]