Using drip irrigation, drips of water absorb slowly into the soil and directly into the root zone. You won’t have any wasted water on areas that aren’t growing. By placing the drip emitters just at the plant root zone you can water using much less water and with better efficiency. This irrigation method allows the water to move deeper into the soil, encouraging deeper root growth. In addition, the low flow of drip system enables watering of large areas using a single water source.
Drip irrigation systems are designed to be extremely efficient, which benefits you the owner as well as the environment. They rely on a low flow of water rather than the high pressure that is required to sustain traditional sprinkler systems. Drip irrigation
channels slow drips of water directly to the base of plants. Delivering water straight to where it’s needed most reduces evaporation and cuts out wasteful runoff. Additionally, funneling water directly to plants means that this water will not become stagnant nor support the growth of unwanted weeds. Flexibility is another benefit of drip irrigation systems that boosts efficiency. These irrigation systems can be installed
in both new and existing landscapes and can be easily adapted to work with a variety of terrains and environmental conditions.
A low-volume drip irrigation system achieves multiple objectives by benefiting your landscape, improving the aesthetics around the outside of your home, and protecting the environment. So if you’re tired of losing your plants, shrubs, flowers, and trees to hot Texas summers, give us a call. Call our Andy’s irrigation company today and we’ll show you how easily a drip irrigation system will improve your home. Or you can take a moment and complete our appointment request and someone will get right back to you to arrange a time.