Irrigation Design

As a professional irrigation company, our unique designs makes us one of the most prominent with regards to this industry. Whether you’re a professional or just want to do the landscaping yourself, our free landscape sprinkler design guides will surely aid you in having a professional-quality sprinkler irrigation system.

All of the necessary information you will need in order to make a sprinkler system design are in this tutorial. First of all, you must know first the basics with regards to a sprinkler. In order to fully operate, it requires two things: that is a water pressure and water flow. When a system design is not successful, this probably caused by lack of water pressure.

Our Sprinkler System Irrigations Design Process

Here are some of the overview of steps on how we will aid you in the design:

Step 1. We will teach you how to appropriately measure the yard and then make a sketch of the area to be irrigated. This process is the collection of the data phase, in here we first measure your yard by:

  • Using measuring tape and other measuring device.
  • Drawing the irrigation area in a graph paper.
  • Drawing other items present in the area.

Step 2. We will assess things that may hinder water pressure as it moves to the sprinklers. Then we will do manipulation in the pressure in order to have higher pressure for the water to work in the sprinklers.

Step 3. We now draw the sprinkler system for you to visualize what it will look like. Irrigation design may trick you into thinking that it is a simple task. A large number of design pamphlets will not help your situation. The current industry trend nowadays offers clients free computerized designs. But be aware that it might be just a form of marketing as some will require you to buy irrigation materials from them. We will give you free computerized design and it is up to your preferences if where you will purchase materials.

Step 4. In this step, we will guide you in dividing the sprinkler system into zones and will lay out the route of the pipes. We will now decide on how to create a sprinkler system that makes use of less water. Take note that a bad sprinkler design can result to wasted water and turf disease.

Step 5. The final step is to determine the size of each of the following pipe for proper fitting. We will assess and look into how to process or automate the sprinkler system.