Sprinkler System Installation OKC and Repair in OKC

Sprinkler Irrigation System Installation in Oklahoma City

Sprinkler system spraying water on lawn

We can all agree that Oklahoma’s weather makes it a challenge to achieve and maintain a beautiful lawn. Your grass can easily become too soggy or too dried out with too much or too little watering, leading to a stressed lawn and a stressed homeowner.

That’s where the benefits of having an irrigation system come into play. A sprinkler system that is properly designed, installed, and maintained applies water only when needed, saving you the hassle of hand-watering and money on your water bill.

A professionally installed irrigation system is the most convenient and efficient way to ensure your landscape gets the water it needs without over-or under-watering. In fact, just like seamless gutters save money in the long run and are a smart investment in the longevity of your home, an automatic sprinkler system is one of the best home investments you can make.

Don’t be THAT neighbor.

No one wants to be that neighbor with their sprinklers running on a rainy day or in the middle of the afternoon when it’s hot and sunny. In fact, watering when it’s rainy can over-saturate your lawn to the point of distress and waste thousands of gallons, while watering in the afternoon can cause 50% of the irrigation to evaporate. With features like automatic rain shut-off sensors and drip irrigation for shrubbery and flower beds, the benefits of a Rain Tamer sprinkler system range from include convenience, control, coverage, and added resale value for your home.

Keep in mind that a sprinkler system won’t do much good in tightly compacted soil. It’s important to have your lawn core aerated seasonally so that your grass can soak up the water efficiently and not have it run off onto the sidewalk or street. Retire your garden hose and let Rain Tamer take care of your watering and drainage, from your roof to your roots.

Sprinkler System Conservation Measures

  1. Mandatory odd/even watering
  2. Fixed 2 day-a-week watering
  3. Fixed 1 day-a-week watering
  4. Hand water garden & flower beds only, commercial car washes with water recycling only
  5. Ban on all outdoor watering and car washing

 

Both Edmond and Oklahoma City share a watering conservation schedule, shown above, with Stage 1 as the default for both cities. To find out which days you should be watering in stages 1-3, check with the City of OKC or the City of Edmond.

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