Did you know you can conserve water by installing an optimized irrigation system customized for your property?
Don’t try to install an irrigation system yourself. Trust one of the most experienced lawn service companies in our area. Professional Lawn Systems has been keeping our area’s lawns looking great for close to 30 years. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you achieve the lawn and landscaping you’ve always wanted for your home… while conserving water at the same time.
Get the Lawn You’ve Dreamed Of
Professional Lawn Systems of Rock Hill, SC—”The Irri-gators™”—can give you the lawn you’ve always dreamed of. Since 1989, we’ve served Rock Hill and surrounding areas with lawn irrigation systems and drainage systems to help you maintain the proper amount of moisture in your soil. We have extensive experience working in this climate and we know exactly what will and won’t work. We’ll recommend the services and materials to help you achieve a healthy and beautiful lawn.
We are Licensed Professionals
Sprinkler installation and repair should always be performed by a professional to keep your landscape in its best condition. With a custom-designed system and our expert installation, you’ll have a top-notch system made with quality materials and the best workmanship, and it’s all backed by our great customer service. Your lawn will thrive even as you conserve water by irrigating at the right time of the day with a system that optimally covers your landscape. Contact us today to learn more about our services.
How Often Should I Water?
Once you’ve installed your irrigation system, there’s a logical question you’ll want answered: How often should you water your lawn?
The answer depends on what type of grass you have. If you’ve had sod installed, you’ll want to water twice a day—or even more if the weather’s extremely hot and dry. After the sod’s had a few weeks to set in, you can reduce the frequency of irrigation.
For yards that are more established, water around five times a week. Of course, that depends on the weather, too. You can always ask the team at Professional Lawn Systems if you aren’t sure what schedule will be best for your lawn.
Signs of Overwatering and Underwatering
If you’ve overwatered, the blades of grass will appear wilted and will feel limp when you touch them. You may also notice a thicker growth of thatch, which requires more frequent mowing. You’ll also notice that your grass doesn’t dry out as quickly as it typically does.
Grass that’s underwatered may also look wilted, but the blades will feel crispy to the touch. The soil underneath will be dry, too. Your lawn won’t grow as fast, either. You’ll also notice that when you walk on your lawn, the grass doesn’t spring back after you step on it.
Conservation Through Irrigation
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1102 E. White St., Rock Hill, SC 29730