About Lawn Irrigation
Lawn irrigation is important during the spring, summer and fall months. Keep your lawn hydrated by using above ground sprinklers for your irrigation needs. Compared to many underground sprinklers, above ground lawn sprinklers are an economic choice. They come in a variety of pressure selections, as well as various ground coverage options.
How often you need to water your lawn will depend on different factors such as climate, season and soil type. For advice on watering frequency, visit your neighborhood Ace to speak to a lawn expert.
If you are looking for a water system that is inexpensive, or an alternative to underground sprinkler systems, consider above ground sprinkler systems, also known as solid set sprinkler systems. These systems typically consist of hoses or aluminum pipe connected to above ground sprinklers and can be placed at the start of the irrigation season and left for the duration of the season.
An above ground sprinkler system may be the simplest solution to your irrigation needs. Above ground garden sprinklers are another irrigation solution to consider while maintaining your garden during the spring and summers months. In the spring months generously water your garden. Then add layers of mulch to help maintain moisture. In the summer, use your above ground sprinkler for regular watering maintenance. For more information check out our lawn and garden care section.