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8 Benefits a New Irrigation System Will Bring to Your Arkansas Lawn & Landscape

by | Jul 31, 2020 | Irrigation Tips, Lawn Care Tips

8 Benefits a New Irrigation System Will Bring to Your Arkansas Lawn & Landscape

Do you want a beautiful green lawn throughout the entire summer season? And do you want to see a decrease in your water bills?
You can have the best of both worlds when you decide to invest in an automatic sprinkler system for your Fayetteville, Springdale, Cave Springs, Lowell, or Farmington, Ark. property.
Today’s sprinkler systems, also called irrigation systems, enable you to control the amount of water, the time when you water, and the ability to automatically stop the system when it starts to rain or when the soil has had enough moisture.

Here are eight additional benefits to adding a new irrigation system to your Arkansas lawn and landscape:
1. You’ll have a lush, green lawn all summer long; not just in the spring.
2. You can save money on your water bills because today’s irrigation systems can include timers, soil moisture, rain, and weather sensors to turn on and off based on your property’s soil needs and the current climate. And rain sensors signal to your sprinkler system to turn off when it starts to rain and keeps it off even after the rain storm passes.
3. Modern sprinkler systems for lawns have pop-up heads that come up to water your lawn in a long-reaching spray. When it’s time to water your landscape beds, trees, and shrubs, sprinkler heads designed for landscaped plants will pop up higher than your lawn sprinkler heads to reach those plants.
4. You can now position your sprinkler heads to only reach your lawn and landscapes. No more watering the driveway and sidewalks with your system.
5. Timers and sensors can now be installed on most sprinkler systems. And you can have these sensors and timers retrofitted to your existing irrigation system.
6. Drip irrigation saves you time as well as conserves water because the lines deliver water directly to your landscaped plants. Drip irrigation is used for beds, shrubs and gardens. You can even have drip irrigation installed in your planters and containers on your patio, porch and deck.
7. Now you can provide more efficient watering because your irrigation system will be set up in zones. Each area of your property has a microclimate—depending on how much sunlight each spot gets as well as other terrain issues, such as sloping. Thus, you can set up your irrigation system to deliver the right amount of water, at the right time to meet each microclimate’s irrigation needs.
8. You’ll have more free time to enjoy your family and friends as well as to explore your hobbies when you have an automated sprinkler system. Think about it. No more dragging hoses and sprinkler systems outside to water your lawn. You just have to program your settings, and voila, you’re done with your watering job.

Indeed, today’s irrigation systems provide all Benton and Washington counties’ yards the opportunity to stay green and lush all summer long. And if you‘re thinking about selling your Farmington, Fayetteville or Springdale home, you may be able to get back some of that invested money. People tend to opt for the home with the irrigation system and the healthy-looking lawn compared to the same type of home without one. A verdant lawn will welcome each person who visits your home and entices them inside to see how well you took care of your home.
At A Clean Cut Lawn Care LLC, we can help you plan and install your new automated sprinkler system or retrofit your existing one. If you live in Farmington, Fayetteville, or Springdale, Ark., and you’re ready for a new sprinkler system or professional mowing services, call us today at 479-856-9800 or fill out our Request a Quote form.

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