Sprinklers and Drip Lines
These ‘in-ground’ sprinklers have internal pistons so when no water is being used the heads are at ground level, this way no one falls over them and lawnmower travel harmlessly over them.When water pressure is applied, the piston expands and the sprinkler head emerges for use.
A sprinkler delivers water through the air and is used when a larger area needs to be watered such as grass or a large bed of flowers. Best not to use on a windy day though as the water may be blown onto passers-by.
Drip lines are used by placing the hose along the ground, if possible then covered with mulch for aesthetic reasons. The cost per plant is higher, but there are no spray or drift problems, and water wastage is much lower.
Irrigation System Designs
When we design a system we will work with you to make sure the beauty of the area we are looking to enhance is not compromised. Discrete drip lines and sprinkler systems installed with the minimum of fuss.
We use only the best materials to ensure that the watering systems we install will last a long time and are aesthetically pleasing.