Houston property owners know that they cannot solely depend on regular rainfall to keep their lawns, trees and gardens properly hydrated, especially during our hot summer months. Commercial property owners must supplement rainfall with regular watering, but often watering is not done in an efficient, effective or environmentally responsible way. Have you considered the effectiveness of your current sprinkler or watering system? Today's blog post focuses on typical watering methods and offers suggestions for improved hydration for your trees, lawn, and landscape gardens.
For commercial property owners, maintaining a beautiful lawn can often be a grueling process, especially with Houston's hot summers and high humidity. One of the most difficult parts of keeping a property green and healthy is maintaining a proper watering schedule. Houston's lawns, gardens and trees require regular watering to stay healthy, grow and gain vital nutrients to endure the hot temperatures. The simple solution to keeping properties healthy and watered is the installation of an automated irrigation system.
Houstonians begin preparing for cooler weather in a variety of ways, from landscaping outdoor spaces, stocking up on firewood, pulling out winter clothing and tending to vegetable gardens. However, one important but often overlooked step in preparing for colder temperatures is to winterize irrigation systems in your yard or commercial property.