About Irrigation Systems
Once the irrigation system is installed, you don’t have to drag hoses all over the garden again, you don’t have to try to determine if you’re watering enough, and you don’t have to think about how.
Serious investment and careful maintenance are required for an attractive landscape. An automatic irrigation system protects this investment by growing healthier, longer-lasting plants and grass. A healthy, well-maintained garden also measurably increases the noticeability and value of your property.
Control Units are the brain of the sprinkler system. It opens and closes the designated irrigation zones in accordance with the programmed working times. Properly programmed control units ensure that the landscape area receives the right amount of water at the ideal irrigation time.
Choosing the right controllers typically depends on the number of zones needed in the system and whether the number of zones will be increased or decreased in the future.
A pop-up spray sprinkler consists of a nozzle and a body and irrigates a defined area between 0.6 m and 9.1 m.
Weather sensors connect to irrigation controllers and are designed to respond to local weather conditions for irrigation systems. Simple rain sensors like the Rain-Clik prevent irrigation from occurring during the rain. Sensors are an easy way to save water, reduce your water bill and make your landscaping area healthier.
The valves are the heart of the irrigation system, which open and close, allowing water to be distributed through the pipes of the irrigation system to the irrigation components.