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10 Helpful Lawn Irrigation Tips standard

1. Measure the amount of water applied in a 15 minute period using collection devices such as tuna or coffee cans. Adjust the runtime to deliver the required amount. 2. Avoid daily, light watering. 3. Use a screwdriver or soil probe to measure moisture (rainfall + irrigation water) penetration into the lawn. 4. Water to the bottom of the roots. Use a small shovel to determine how deep the roots are. Actually the soil should be kept moist to about half an inch deeper than the deepest roots to encourage downward growth. Roots are shallow in summer and deeper in spring/fall. 5. When watering on a slope, use Please like & share:

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Irrigation Systems Atlanta standard

Thinking about re-sodding your yard this spring? Make sure you have coordinated your new irrigation system with you sodding. Your new irrigation system should go in first so that the sod is ready to be watered. Please like & share:

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Irrigation Systems Atlanta standard

Looks like everyone is starting to think about their spring landscape plans. If you’re one of those who is just starting to think about this, go ahead and schedule your free estimate for your new irrigation system and get ahead of the game. Please like & share:

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Best time of year to install irrigation in Atlanta standard

Before spring, well, “springs” you really should go ahead and install your new irrigation system in Atlanta. Make sure you use a reputable contractor such as Millenium Irrigation, LLC. There are state requirements for certain materials that should be used when installing an irrigation system in Atlanta or the metro area. Some counties require a double-check backflow prevention. The irrigation company in Atlanta that you chose should know the state requirements for backflow prevention and rain sensors. Chose wisely, chose effectively and water efficiently Please like & share:

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Irrigation System in Wintertime standard

It’s very important to take care of your irrigation system particularly in the wintertime. And more so in the south, like the Atlanta area, where we never know what kinda of winter weather we will have and when. Tuesday it was a beautiful summer like 71%. Wednsday it was fall like mid 60% and terrentual rain and even tornadoes. Then today it was a brisk wintery mid 40% and expected below freezing tonight. Don’t take any chances! At the very least, make sure your system is turned off so that it won’t run during freezing temperatures to prevent an accident from occuring. Please like & share:

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