Licensed Irrigation Installers Adelaide Residents Choose For Irrigation Systems.
Irrigation installers Adelaide residents choose come from Visual Landscape Gardening, who’ve been installing irrigation systems to Adelaide gardens since 1989.
With over 30 years experience installing irrigation systems to residential lawns and garden beds, as well as for commercial and public gardens, irrigation installers from Visual Landscape Gardening know what irrigation system to install, to keep every area of your garden looking lush all year round; especially during summer.
Different aspects of your garden require different amounts of water. Natural lawn turf such as Santa Anna requires a larger amount of water than what established native plants need.
Before suggesting a watering solution for you, experienced irrigation installers assess the location of the different plants you have with their watering needs, then coming up with a design, using appropriate fittings so that all the plants get the right amount of water.
Owners of gardens that have separate watering areas often have an automatic hub installed using electric solenoid valves, with each line connected to it. An electric controller with a timer makes for a low maintenance garden because watering now happens automatically, with the correct amount of water given at the correct time of the day – early morning!
Netafim drip irrigation systems are very popular laid under bark chip or river pebbles and avoid surface evaporation, in fact drip irrigation lines are installed under many lawns; getting water straight to the root system without the need for pop up sprinklers that can be prone to blocking and spraying garden paths; especially when windy.
Irrigation Installation Tips:
When looking at installing garden irrigation systems, choose landscapers that are licensed and have experience with automatic watering systems.
Divide your garden up into different watering areas; even if you have not planted your garden beds with plants yet, you’ll be ready to put the right plants in, knowing they will be watered sufficiently.
If your natural lawn has been neglected or is perhaps not suited to the area it’s laid in, consider having it removed and replaced with roll out instant lawn; after a drip irrigation system is installed first, or for low maintenance gardens, take a look at the advantages of artificial grass.