Are the brain of the sprinkler system activate and deactivate designated irrigation zones according to programmed run times. Properly programmed controllers ensure a landscape is receiving the right amount of water at the optimal watering time. Choosing the right controller typically depends on the number of zones needed in a system, and whether those zones will be added to or reduced in the future.
For the most effective way to irrigate large areas and can apply water at lower rates thus preventing runoff from occurring.
Is an easy way to conserve water lower your water bill and improve the health of your landscape they are relatively inexpensive and the best way to ensure your system receives the right amount of water regardless of the changing weather.
Pop-up spray sprinklers consists of a nozzle and body and apply water to a given area between 2 and 30 feet the proper spray body and nozzle combination is found by considering plant type soil type and area shape and matching the correct model
Is designed to optimize water use in small irrigation areas landscape drip line is built with heavy-duty materials and in-line check-valve emitters, which work to ensure no debris or plant roots clog or disrupt water emission.
Are the heart of the irrigation system, as they open and close to allow water to be distributed from the irrigation system's pipes to the watering components.