Summer time is in full swing this July and even though we have had more rain than typical through the summer to date, it could end tomorrow. We do live in Texas, after all…
Have you bitten the bullet with the installation of an in-ground sprinkler system? If not and the rain stops, you find yourself, once again spending your days dragging hoses around the yard; watching the clock to make sure you are watering evenly in all critical areas of your lawn?
And don’t forget your flower beds! Those require inordinate amount of time hand watering so as not to damage the plants and to keep from wilting as the sun rises in the sky. Beyond that, if you are paying attention to water conservation efforts or city restrictions, you will also find yourself up before the crack of dawn unrolling those hoses to avoid potential fines.
Wouldn’t it be nice to spend those valuable hours enjoying friends and family or just getting a full night’s sleep? What better way to reclaim your summertime that by “transferring” the watering chores to a more automated sprinkler system.
Sprinkler installation sounds difficult and potentially disruptive to your landscaping to dig the requisite lines. However, if you involve your sprinkler installation experts at Miller Landscaping you can rest assured that the job will be completed quickly and easily.
Moving forward after your sprinkler system installation, annual maintenance is as simple as a spring checklist. Double check that list involves the following: Identification of freeze damage to sprinkler lines, checking that all sprinkler heads are properly adjusted for adequate zone coverage and free of debris to allow for full spray potential, replacement of sprinkler heads that have been damaged by mowers or impeded by invasive grass overgrowth, and lastly the timing is fully functional.
Call Miller Landscaping for your free sprinkler installation consultation today!