Frequently Asked Questions

The result will only be better. A system conceived by professionals delivers exactly the right amount of water for the health of your plants and green spaces.

Yes. You will not have to spend time watering your lawn, garden, or flowerbed, because your new irrigation system will do it for you – even when you’re away, without a problem…

No. In fact, an automatic watering system saves water. You won’t ever have to worry about runoff from overwatering or water waste when you forget to turn off your water hose. Plus, with a rain-sensor Rain Bird, your watering system measures the quantity of rainfall and will turn on only when necessary. If it rains, the watering will automatically be adjusted.

No. In fact, it may even cost you more money in the long run. A professional technician will design and install the most cost-effective system and more economic in terms of water being used. They will select the adequate material to maintain your garden in top health. Because your technician knows the current hydraulic and electric standards, you don’t have to worry about eventual installation mistakes that may turn out to be quite expensive. A certified installer works faster, while also disturbing the existing plants less, and a guarantee for its work.

Many installations successfully use well water, lake or river water for watering. If you have access to a water source for watering, you will need to buy a pump and filter to make sure that impurities do not clog your filters, even if the water you’re using is clear.

The price for an irrigation system depends on many factors such as the size of your land, the type of plants on it and the complexity of the site. For an average land of 4,000 to 6,000 square feet, you should budget between 2,500$ and 3,500$.

Because every lawn is unique, the answer to this question can vary considerably. The best time to water and the length of time to do so depends on climate, plants and type of soil. It is usually best to water during a fairly long time but not too often, instead of watering often but not long enough. Watering less often creates a deep water reserve that the roots seek to exploit. Frequent watering promotes shallow roots development. For more precise information tailored to your needs, we suggest you contact your local garden center, lawn care center or horticultural center and ask them about the watering program that best fits with your region. You also need to take into account regulations in your municipality concerning watering. You may take a look at to find out more.

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