Home Swimming Pools: A Care and Maintenance Guide

Home Swimming Pools: A Care and Maintenance Guide

Top Reasons To Install An Irrigation System In Your Backyard

Ruben Franklin

Most people want a beautiful backyard where they can relax, enjoy spending time outdoors, and interact with family and friends. But, one of the keys to having a beautiful backyard involves having plants, flowers, shrubs, bushes, and often a lawn. All of these things need to be properly watered in order to survive and stay green and thriving. While you can opt to water all of the grass and foliage in your yard on your own, most homeowners opt to have an irrigation system installed. Most irrigation systems consist of a drip system and a sprinkler system if there is a lawn that needs to be watered. Some of the top reasons to have an irrigation system installed in your yard include the following. 

Add Value to Your Home

When it comes to home values, the type of landscaping you have can be just as important as the features found inside the house. If you ever plan on selling your home, having an irrigation installed in your backyard can be a very wise investment. A full irrigation system is something that most people are interested in when purchasing a home, so having one in your yard can be attractive to potential buyers when you decide to sell.

Convenience

Watering all of your plants as well as your lawn by hand with a hose can take a long time, especially if you have a large backyard or opt to water during the hottest time of day when water evaporates faster. An irrigation system makes things much more convenient because the majority of irrigation systems are completed automated and connected to a timer. That means that you can program your time for when you would like the drip system and sprinklers to run, and you will have the peace of mind of knowing that your plants and grass are being properly watered.

Keep the Nutrient Level of the Soil Balanced

Foliage and grass need rich, nutritious soil in order to grow and do well in a yard. What most people do not realize is that when they try to water their plants and grass on their own with a hose, they typically overwater. When plants and grass are overwatered, the nutrients in the soil can be washed away, leading to poor soil conditions. Since an irrigation system is programmed to run for only as long as needed, you won't have to worry about soil quality declining due to overwatering. 

Contact your local irrigation system installation service for more information. 


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Home Swimming Pools: A Care and Maintenance Guide

As a teenager, I joined my local swim team and soon became a champion swimmer. I have been swimming my entire life, and my love for water pushed me to purchase a home with a large in-ground pool. Strangely enough, after years of swimming I had no idea how to take care of the pool. I knew that I needed to add chemicals to get rid of potentially dangerous bacteria, and I also knew that chemicals kept algae at bay. I didn't know how to choose from hydrogen peroxide, salt, or chlorine additives. I definitely had no idea about shock, and I didn't know how many chemicals to add. After some trial and error, a very green pool, and a necessary draining, I figured it out. I have compiled for you a number of blogs and resources so you do not have to make costly mistakes like me.

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