Sprinkler systems seem hard to figure out at first, but they're not to scary. Learn what the pros look for.
Yeah, this guy isn't awkward at all, but he does have some good tips
It happens to all of us. Lawn mowers do it, dogs do it, and kids do it. But you don't have to pay $$$ to fix it.
Fixed heads are great for watering small and medium sized spaces. Also good for non-square spaces.
Got a large area you need to water? Just make sure you're not going to spray the house. It won't grow.
You'll need sprinkler valves - one for each zone. Get them deep enough to be freeze resistant
You can get some really cool timers these days. Bluetooth, Alexa, etc. Just make sure you set them right.
The stop & waste is helpful when you winterize. Otherwise water may stay in the system and burst your pipes.
Drains help you keep your system dry through the winter. No trapped water means no freeze damage