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Irritated with your irrigation system?

"I have a sprinkler system in place, but my lawn is experiencing dry spots and the sprinkler heads seem to be worn out. Can Classic Grounds Care LLC help me?"

Absolutely! A sprinkler or irrigation system can be a complicated thing. Sometimes sprinkler heads get worn out and need to be replaced or serviced. As time marches on, the matched precipitation rate can get out of sync. This means that all sprinkler heads in each zone should be matched to the rate at which they put out water. If they run out of sync, your lawn can get dry spots or flooded areas.

Sometimes your controller system can also get out of sync — you know you set the system to water at 7 a.m. then you come home at noon and the system is running. When your controller system runs out of sync, it means that your circuit board may be damaged. Even a small power surge can short out the circuit board and cause your controller to have a mind of its own.

A properly installed irrigation system has several advantages for both you and your yard. Not only does it help to create and maintain a great looking lawn, but a professional irrigation setup can also save you money, time & energy you may spend when watering your yard by yourself. There are several signs that your manual watering system may be failing and that you should consider an irrigation system. These signs include inadequate water distribution, brown grass and failing plants. You may also have problems with an aging irrigation system you haven’t kept a close eye on, including bad sprinkler heads, leaky valves and improper drainage. These problems can waste water and lead to higher utility bills. If you have a manual watering system or your current irrigation system has seen better days, it may be time to invest in a new, professionally designed irrigation system.

Great looking yards have great irrigation systems. One of the most obvious benefits of an irrigation system is protecting your yard, plants and trees from inefficient watering and drought. A well-designed system ensures that your grass and plants are getting the proper amount of water. In dryer seasons, or periods of inadequate rain, an irrigation system can be the difference between brown grass and dying plants, and having the best looking yard in the neighborhood. Classic Grounds Care offers irrigation services from design to install to maintenance.

Save time and energy with an irrigation system. An irrigation system is great for making sure your yard and plants are watered at optimal times. Early in the morning or shortly before nightfall are the best ties for watering, giving you one less thing to worry about when you're getting ready for work or trying to relax. An irrigation system also ensures your yard receives water when you're gone for an extended period of time. When you have a professionally installed irrigation system, Classic Grounds Care will take factors into account when designing your system, such as the regional climate and the lay of the land. This will help your achieve maximum efficiency, saving your from dragging the hose around the yard and constantly tweaking the output of your system.

Irrigation systems are efficient and save $$. One of the biggest advantages of having an irrigation system is that while the design and installation may be expensive up front, it shouldn’t require much maintenance once it’s installed. Irrigation systems are also known to last quite a long time. The only real cost you’ll have after installation is your water bill, but again, you’re using your water more efficiently. This means an irrigation system is a great long-term investment for your yard, saving your costs over time. If you’re interested in having a professionally designed irrigation system installed at your home or business, contact Classic Grounds Care. We’ll help you identify the areas of your yard that would benefit the most from having an irrigation system and help you get on the way to having a healthy & happy lawn.

Call today for a free estimate/consultation! 360-698-1292

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