A healthy and lush lawn is the desire of many homeowners in Houston. To keep a lawn looking great requires a good lawn sprinkler system. You have options for a sprinkler system that will allow you to choose the which one is best for you and your lawns needs.
Lets talk about the initial considerations you should think about.
To begin before selecting a lawn sprinkler system what you need to know is that your lawn has different needs in different areas. What could work for your front lawn may not work for the back yard. If you have shaded areas they won't need the water that sunny spots do. This is an important considerations that you have to keep is mind when choosing a lawn sprinkler. Then, how small or big is your lawn area will determine the design and amount of heads that you'll need for that specific design.
About the types of Lawn Sprinklers here are is an overview of the different types of lawn sprinklers you have the option to choose and their characteristics.
Rotor Head Sprinkler
So what's your choice?
Well, you know how it is the weather in Houston. Kind of crazy! Choose your lawn sprinkler system based upon your needs. Meaning that you'll choose the one that will provide you with the type of coverage and amount of coverage that your lawn need. Always making sure that the sprinkler system that you have in mind will work for what your lawn need. Do your research or ask a professional before you decide.
If you want to save time and money and go with the most efficient way we recommend a system with a timer.
Installing a lawn sprinkler system is something that probably you can do on your own if you have the tools and if you are that kind of handy person. If not, it is better to call a professional to install it for you. Again, your choice should be based on your abilities and the complexity of the work you need. Be aware that having a professional fixing your mistakes could be more costly than just having them installed in the first place... Just saying, we have seen it!
Maintaining your lawn in Houston's weather conditions is not that hard but you'll need the right design and installation to keep your lawn healthy and lush.