If you own several multi-family properties, you understand the labor that accompanies maintaining each buildings’ lawn. Fortunately, you can lessen the burden by installing an automatic irrigation System. Not only does an automated system save you time, but it also saves you money. To help you understand how an irrigation system can benefit the yards of your multi-family properties, we’ve listed 3 of the advantages below.
The Perks of Installing an Automatic Irrigation System
The best time of day to water your lawn is early in the morning before the sun has risen. When you are manually watering multiple yards, reaching this goal may not be possible. Luckily, the timer feature on an automatic irrigation system makes the obstacle of early morning watering obsolete. Not only will you get a few more minutes of shut-eye, but your lawn will also begin looking healthier due to your pre-sunrise watering schedule.
Often times, hand watering leads to inefficient water use, which causes your water bill to sky-rocket. Installing an automatic irrigation system can solve this problem and help better the effectiveness of your watering routine. Manually watering your yard usually leads to sections of your grass either getting over watered or under watered. An automated system is designed beforehand to provide every area with an equal amount of nourishment, which produces a much more lush landscape.
Not having time or forgetting to water the lawns of your multi-family properties can lead to dry, brown grass that sends a negative message about your buildings’ maintenance. Unfortunately, a poorly cared for yard affects the overall appearance of your properties and can cause renters to question your ability to manage and maintain the outside and inside of your buildings. An automatic irrigation system can ensure your lawns never miss a watering, whether you are there or not.
If you’re interested in learning more about an irrigation system for your multi-family properties, please contact us today, and we’ll be happy to answer all your questions.