Protecting Your Landscaping Investment: Sprinklers and Irrigation

Published on: March 11, 2014

Part of any sound financial strategy is the protection of your long-term investments. You know your house, vehicles and retirement accounts are all large investments, but so is your lawn and landscaping design. A well-planned and expertly executed landscape can increase the value of your property by boosting its curb appeal. When you spend the money to have your lawn and gardens properly installed by a local landscaping professional, making an effort to maintain those efforts is part and parcel with guarding the initial investment.

What a Difference Irrigation Makes!

You know how important it is to keep your lawn, flowering plants, shrubbery and trees watered sufficiently. As with anything else in life, however, you can have too much of a good thing. Standard sprinklers have to be turned on manually, which means you’ll also have to remember to turn them back off in a timely manner. If the sprinkler head doesn’t reach certain areas, it will also need to be moved in order to ensure even distribution of moisture. With a professional sprinkler or irrigation system outfitted with timers, you won’t have to worry about remembering to turn water on or off each day. You’ll be ensuring the health of your lawn and gardens, protecting your landscaping investment and saving money by dramatically reducing water waste.

Choosing the Right System

Each region of the country has its own climate, and every landscaping design is unique. Building a sprinkler or irrigation system to adequately meet your needs will require your landscaping professional to balance the average rainfall in your region against the demands of the plants which make up your landscaping design.

A reputable and experienced landscaping professional understands the needs of your individual property, and can help you to make a sound financial decision when it comes to safeguarding your investments. Contact your landscape designer to determine the best options and watering plan for your property, and you’ll be able to ensure the continued health of your landscaping design with a relatively low-maintenance sprinkler or irrigation system.

Posted on behalf of Cunningham Landscape Group

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