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The Rotary Sprinkler Head is gear driven and fully adjustable.
It is durable, dependable, and easy to maintain.

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Q: As a homeowner, why would I want an irrigation system for my property?

A: Your home is the single most expensive investment you are likely to make in your lifetime. An irrigation system will help insure that the exterior environment maintains its value and adds to the overall value of your property. It provides the assurance that your investment is sufficiently protected when mother nature doesn't cooperate!

Q: How will an irrigation system do this?

A: An irrigation system will preserve the landscape by watering the various components - lawn, shrubs, trees, perennials and annuals - in a way that will insure maximum development and healthy growth. A professionally designed irrigation system will do this by watering the right areas at the right time using the correct amount based on plant material need and not on homeowner availability and time.

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How long should I water?

The rate at which your sprinkler system applies water to your lawn determines the length of watering time.

What time of day should I water?

We recommend that you water early in the morning (completed before dawn), followed by an evening cycle only for new lawns. You should water in the middle of the day only if it's cool or if you have a delicate, new lawn that requires constant watering. This helps to ensure that your lawn won't be damaged by the strong rays of the sun when mixed with the fresh cool water. Evening watering (completed before dusk) is recommended only after several days of intense sun or heat.

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The control panel determines when and how long the system will operate. They are equiped with functions to accomade any possible scenario. Now they are affordably expandable.




Q: How often should I water?

A: It is a better idea if you water for longer periods of time at lesser intervals. This allows your grass to work continually to establish roots, where as frequent watering for shorter intervals spoils your grass causing the roots to surface therefore promoting weeds and disease.

Generally depending upon your soil type, 2-3 cycles per week is adequate for most lawns.

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The Rain Sensor is inconspicously mounted where it catches the rain, and stops operation during rain fall. This saves water and saves you the emabarrasment of your sprinklers running while its raining out!

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Q: What happens if it rains, will the system continue to operate?

A: No. A professionally installed system comes complete with an automatic rain sensor. Your sensor is set to automatically shut off the system when the amount of rain reaches a certain level. Your system will automatically restart when the mechanism senses the appropriate level of dryness. This means that vacations away from home need not mean returning to brown lawns and stressed plants!







Q: Is the installation of a sprinkler system expensive?

A: Each irrigation system is individually designed and tailored to your property. The cost of an inground irrigation system varies on the complexity and coverage of your design. The average installation is approximately $3,400. Keep in mind, a fully automated irrigation system will pay for itself in water conservation as well as the continual health and growth of your turf and plant materials.

Q: What are the annual operation costs?

A: A professionally designed irrigation system can actually save money in water bills because it is set to water differently based on the various needs of your property.

Q: Are there any hidden costs involved?

A: No. Once we have installed your system, the only future costs are for annual spring opening and fall closing maintenance. The average annual cost is usually under $200.

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Spray Heads come in different hights to reach over shrubs and plants. They aslso have many spray patterns to cover any area.




Q:How much water does my lawn require?

A:Most lawns require 1" to 2" of water per week in normal hot summer days. However if the temperature rises, so do water requirements for your lawn.

Q:How much water do my shrubs require?

A:Shrubs on the most part are hardy and need less watering care then new lawns. However, we do recommend that your shrubs are covered with their own independent sprinkler zones due to varying watering needs. Typically, your shrubs should be watered every seven to ten days with 2" of water.

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Q: What guarantees or warranties do you offer with the installation?

A: Yes. Our systems are guaranteed for a period of two years from the date of installation. Ask us how you can get a free 5 year warranty!

Q: How long does the average installation take?

A: An average installation usually takes anywhere from 1-3 days.

Q: Will there be a charge for your consultation or estimate?

A: No. Trinity Irrigation offers free estimates to all homeowners in Eastern Massachusetts. In order to develop your estimate, we will come out to your home to view the property, discuss your irrigation needs with you, answer your questions, and gather all data needed to provide you with an accurate price.

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Q: Do I need a well or other additional water source to operate the system?

A: An in-ground irrigation system can be deigned to utilize either city/town water or a well. Several towns in eastern MA will not permit their town water to be used for an irrigation system, only then will a well be necessary. A well is almost always a good investment, and we can help you find the solution for you water questions.

Q: Will the installation disturb existing lawn or shrubbery areas?

A: Absolutely not. Several weeks following your installation, the only signs that anything has been installed will be your healthier plants and lawn. Pipe is "pulled" underground through a small slit in the earth; therefore, little is visible once the installation is complete. All the piping is underground and all the heads are designed to pop up while watering and recess when the system is not watering. This means that you can walk or mow right over heads and they will not be damaged!

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The Irrigation pipe pulling machine actually pulls pipe underground leaving no damage to your lawn!