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GardenThe Benefits Of An Underground Sprinkler System
Many people ask if an underground sprinkler system is really worth it? Does it really help improve your lawn and landscape in general? Will, I think you probably already know the answer. Yes, an underground sprinkler system will help green up your yard as well as provide you with an incredible convenience.
We all are envious when we see that lush green lawn down the street. It tells everyone that the homeowner takes good care of their landscaping. But, what you may not realize is that some of this care is done automatically with their underground sprinkler system.
The keys to having a green lawn are pretty basic. You need sunlight and water. Controlling the sunlight is out of your hands of course, but watering your grass is not. The problem most people have is taking the time to water their grass.
Who really has the time to chase around the lawn sprinkler attached to your garden hose? None of us do. That's where an underground sprinkler system can be a big asset.
With a sprinkler system you get the benefits of:
-A scheduled time of watering your grass throughout the week. You set the schedule and the sprinkler system does the rest.
-The convenience of not having to move a lawn sprinkler around and keep track of how long you've watered an area, etc.
-Conservation. You won't be wasting water by forgetting to move the sprinkler and having water going down the drain.
-The ability to water every area of your yard, including shrubs, small trees, and even your garden on a set watering schedule.
As you can see, having an underground sprinkler system is much more than a luxury or a convenience. It's really a key element in having a happy and healthy lawn.
Yes, you'll still need to mow the yard and put on the fertilizer and weed killer, but an underground sprinkler system will take care of the most important part; keeping your grass watered.