Tips on Burlington Irrigation Systems for First Time Homeowners

Owning a home for the first time can be a little intimidating. You no longer have a landlord to take care of lawn care and making sure the plants are watered. It doesn’t have to be daunting though. As long as you’re working alongside the right professionals to get the best Burlington irrigation systems, your lawn will be gorgeous and healthy.

To help get you onto your feet with your inground sprinkler systems, Nutri-Lawn Burlington has a few tips to help you out. Read on to find out about Nutri-Lawn inground sprinkler systems, our hints from years of experience in the field, and how to conserve water with Nutri-Lawn Burlington.

Learn About Your Lawn
In order to know how your inground sprinkler systems should be set up and what plants you should include in your yard, you need to know what type of soil you’re dealing with. Sandy soil is going to have a much different watering preference than clay soil. You may need to lay down some topsoil in order to help your lawn absorb and retain water so that your Burlington irrigation system doesn’t go to waste.

Nutri-Lawn Burlington can assist you with your soil tests. From there, we can help you figure out proper plants and grass, and an effective watering schedule for your lawn.

Plant Native Plants and Grass
Now that you know what kind of soil you have, you’re on the right track towards planting a native grass variety that won’t drain your resources. Planting native grasses and plants is an essential step in water conservation, and in ensuring you have a healthy lawn. As mentioned, Nutri-Lawn Burlington can help you find the appropriate plants.

Native grasses and plants are already accustomed to the climate of Burlington, so they will require much less work from your Nutri-Lawn inground sprinkler system than exotic plants require. These plants will also have an easier time adjusting to the weather shifts and to your soil. This means also that when you fertilize, your grass will be able to make the most out of it, and far less will go to waste.

Native plants and grasses allow you to be a “lazy gardener.” In the 21st century, we all have busy schedules. Unless you enjoy gardening as a relaxing hobby, chances are that you don’t want to spend hours every week in the maintaining your plants. Native plants and grasses require very little work on the part of the homeowner, so you can use all the time you save on other hobbies.  

Invest in Great Burlington Irrigation Systems
Owning a home for the first time involves all kinds of renovations, learning curves, and investments in building up a home from the ground up. One of the best investments you can make is in a solid irrigation system. Above ground sprinklers may be fun for kids, but they’re a huge water waster and will cost you a fortune in water run-off. Never underestimate how much money inground sprinkler systems with water conservation techniques will save you. And this saved money can go towards other renovations and decorating your new abode.

You want to find inground sprinkler systems with a rain sensor. Rain sensors monitor how much water is in the soil and will automatically turn your Nutri-Lawn inground sprinkler system off if water levels are high enough, from rain or otherwise.

The pros will also be able to make sure your sprinkler heads are set up so that run-off is minimized as much as possible. With Nutri-Lawn inground sprinkler systems, you’ll have the experts to consult with in regards to how often your sprinklers should run and for how long. Remember that early morning watering is always better than night-time watering.

Receive your complimentary consultation on Nutri-Lawn inground sprinkler systems today to transform your first time lawn into a verdant oasis.