You had your sprinkler system installed for several reasons, but the biggest was probably convenience. No longer do you have to stand outside, meticulously watering your lawn. All you have to do is flip a switch and watch your sprinkler system do the work.
But what if it could be even easier?
Having an automated sprinkler system professionally installed is the key. Working in conjunction with a timer, your new automated sprinkler system can be adjusted to water your lawn and garden at any given time of day, depending on your preferences.
Plus, an automated sprinkler system is not only convenient, it is also better for your lawn!
Did you know that the best time to water your lawn is before the sun comes up? This way, a substantial amount of water will absorb into the topsoil and not evaporate in the hot summer sun.
But who wants to get up that early? And who has the time to water their lawn in the morning, anyway? Between getting ready for work, eating breakfast, getting dressed, and getting the kids ready for school, you barely have time to breathe, let alone water your lawn.
An automated sprinkler system can solve these two major problems for you.
1. Convenience: Forget the hose. Sit back and relax as your sprinkler system does all the work for you.
2. Healthier Lawn: Now you can water your lawn in the early morning without having to worry about waking up and meticulously covering each and every inch of grass.
If you have any questions about Automated Sprinkler Systems, contact TLC Incorporated by calling 888-742-5852 or click here today!
For more than 20 years, TLC, Inc has specialized in the planning, installation and maintenance of high-quality commercial and residential Lawn Sprinklers and Irrigation Systems, Lawn Lighting, Outdoor Lighting, and Holiday Lighting.
TLC also designs and installs outdoor, decorative and security lighting for lawns, gardens, pools, hot tubs, decks, and walkways – you name it and they’ll make it a feature that will add beauty (and value) to any home or business.
TLC Inc.: A dedicated team of Irrigation specialists for the Mid-Atlantic Region, including Maryland, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Delaware.