The Basics on How to Install a Sprinkler System

There are certain companies that can install your sprinkler system at home or wherever you want it. They can install for as many as 50 sprinklers per year both from residential and commercial sprinkler systems installation. Installing a sprinkler system in a residential and a commercial market is, all the same, the only difference is that commercial system installation is a bit larger compared to residential, and because of the installation of this commercial system requires a bit of more expensive equipment that will be additionally required.

The basic thing in a sprinkler system is to secure a licensed contractor from the various contracting companies that can install your sprinkler system needs. From this, you will be enlightened by the different knowledge and ideas about sprinkler system installation, and from this, you will be able to think wide and you will be able to think also of the different possibilities that you can have by means of having a contractor. Again be sure to have a licensed one, never attempt to approach a hoax.

Installation from the licensed contractors will give you the basic things such as instructions, operating details, maintenance, and other detailed plots for you to know the most basic things when it comes to sprinkler system installation. You will be given a detail about the valves, the wire, and all the heads and the pipe routes of the sprinklers. From this, you will be able to trace up all the damages such as leaks if ever it will occur in the future. One thing to remember also is to be sure to have a warranty when it comes to the materials involved.

Sprinkler installation system basics will include the pipe depth, backflow device, wiring, and the overall analysis of your lawn or your land area when it comes to the right sprinkler to be used per section or per division of the lawn. The pipe depth should have a 16-18 inches minimum distance on main lines and should have at least 12 inches or more when it comes to the lateral type of connection. The backflow device should be approved by the state law in order for you to install it. It should be accompanied by a state-approved anti-siphon apparatus and papers. The wiring should be also in great care when it comes to the solenoid wires connecting to the main control box. Make sure that it will not be cut by a shovel if ever a minor digging work is done above the ground. Be sure to have a very quick repair plot if ever damage is acquired.

Make sure to have a cleanup sheet or clean up a routine whenever your contractor will give you all the details starting from the day the contractor makes a survey in your lawn or land area. Decide where to put the plants or other things that can be affected by the installations. In this case, you will be ready when the time comes the sprinkler system installation will be done. Always make sure to have a good back up whenever an accident or an unwanted circumstance occurs.

Christy Alexander