Installing a sprinkler system will not only improve the life of your plants, but will help you conserve water and lower utility bills. Our irrigation systems are "in ground" systems, which means that everything is buried under the sod. Because the pipes, sprinklers, and irrigation valves are hidden, the green space is cleaner without garden hoses or other items having to be moved around manually.
When a zone comes on, the water flows through the lateral lines and ultimately ends up at the irrigation sprinkler heads. Most sprinklers have pipe thread inlets on the bottom of them which allows a fitting and the pipe to be attached to them. The sprinklers are usually installed with the top of the head flush with the ground surface. When the water is pressurized, the head will pop up out of the ground and water the desired area until the valve closes and shuts off that zone. Once there is no more water pressure in the lateral line, the sprinkler head will retract back into the ground.
Our systems operate on timers so that you don't have to remember to move the hoses or turn on/off the water. You will save time, money, and energy with a well-installed sprinkler system.
Allandale Lawn & Landscape offers:
Sprinkler system installation, sprinkler repair, and sprinkler maintenance.