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Irrigation Systems

Water is of critical importance to any plant. Improper watering can have a negative impact on the aesthetic appearance of vegetation. Often improper watering causes loss of precious plant species. Constructing an automated irrigation system limits the risk of improper watering, saves considerable effort in plant maintenance and optimizes the unit consumption of water. In constructing an irrigation system, the following stages shall be observed. First, it is necessary to have a project, based on an initially drawn dendrological one. Upon clarifying all details related to plant dendrology, designing the irrigation system shall be carried out. This aims at envisaging proper drip-irrigation and sprinkling irrigation areas and locations. It is important to know the plant species to be used in advance, in order to meet their specific watering needs and requirements. Designing provides a clear idea of the types of material to be made use of in the system and helps optimize the system to the best of your needs. Unification of irrigation systems is absolutely unacceptable, since different type of gardens require different types of watering and have their own specifics. Water supply specifications shall be studied in order to determine necessity of pumps and tanks with relevant capacity. The construction of the irrigation system is part of the terrain preparation activities. Piping conduit excavation works shall be carried out prior to spreading fertile soil cover. Dimensions of pipes shall correspond to those envisaged in the project. Location of sprinklers and size of nozzles is also envisaged in the project and shall be complied with. Shrub and flower garden areas make use of drip-irrigation, and, generally, it is installed following flower and shrub planting. Professionally designed irrigation system guarantees you good aesthetics of your garden. We construct irrigation systems using Rain Bird fittings and materials.

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