Sprinkler systems can be traced back to 3000 BC when the ancient Babylonians built irrigation systems from clay and straw. In modern times we use PVC in warmer areas of the country and polyethylene tubing in areas where the ground freezes. Some large commercial properties will also use ductile iron for very large mainlines.
“Backflow prevention pipe, Burbank, California, USA” by gruntzooki is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 We have come to find that the better educated customers are about what backflow preventers do, the more they understand what they are paying for. On this page we have included some useful information along with pictures and videos that should […]
“How long to water grass?” is a common question among homeowners. Before we get to that not so simple answer, a bit more understanding about water and home irrigation systems would be helpful. If you need the quick (and uninformed answer) just scroll to the bottom.
Anyone with a large collection of outdoor container plants or a garden gets tired of the responsibility of constant watering. The easiest way to eliminate this chore is by setting up an automatic drip irrigation system. Self Watering Planters DIY
You water is not only essential for life but essential for the lifestyle we lead. In the U.S. water, besides being necessary for life, has become a fuel that we simply cannot live without. Reclaimed Irrigation Water in Florida
Residential pumps in Central Florida typically provide water to your in-ground sprinkler system from well water, household water or an open water source. Sprinkler pumps move water from a water source to a system that moves water to various locations, such as a sprinkler system. Sprinkler pumps should be used with a water source that […]
Utilizing an with an underground sprinkler system can account for up to 50% of your total water use. I can tell you as an irrigation contractor that it can add up to a lot of money.
Today, the city of Sanford is situated at the south shore of Lake Monroe. It’s the head for navigating the St. Johns River.
Central Florida’s Past Orlando became synonymous with orange juice in the late 1800’s. However, it wasn’t always smooth sailing.
There is no evidence of the clan’s existence in Oviedo as of today because most of their villages and hunting grounds were destroyed prior to the arrival of other people from other region.