While underground sprinklers are the most common irrigation system found on residential properties, they’re far from the only one. We also have extensive experience with drip irrigation and above-ground sprinklers.
If you’re installing a new irrigation system, it’s helpful to understand which one is right for you. We’ll also explain why so many people choose O’Hara Sprinkler when installing their residential irrigation system.
Plenty of homeowners, condo associations, and HOAs choose underground sprinklers because they’re familiar and therefore comfortable. That said, there are two popular alternatives, which can be used both residentially and commercially.
Drip irrigation is an excellent alternative to the more traditional underground sprinklers if you're concerned with water waste. It only uses the amount of water it needs and then delivers it directly to the ground.
It’s also an excellent system for gardeners because it allows you to fine-tune how much water you want your plants to receive.
Above-ground sprinklers are ideal for bigger properties if you have a lot of ground that needs to get watered. They have more range and allow you to control where you want the water to go.
We’ve been providing sprinkler services to South Florida and the Treasure Coast since 1973. With that level of experience, you aren’t just getting a team that understands regular sprinkler systems. You’re getting a team that has encountered just about every system there is.
Whatever system you’re currently using, we have the experience necessary to install, maintain, or repair it. Even better, our expertise means we can provide advice if you understand your needs but don’t understand which sprinkler system would best suit your current situation.
You want to work with contractors who are more than just familiar with these systems; they know them inside and out.
O’Hara Sprinkler has you covered. Along with our exemplary residential irrigation services, we also offer pest and landscaping services.
If you have more questions you’d like to ask, or you’re ready for us to send a technician to your property, please reach out to us via the information on our contact page. We’re always happy to help property owners keep their greenery looking green!