Sprinkler Systems are a very important aspect to everything that we provide. They literally effect every service we provide in one way or another. Even the absence of a sprinkler system will dictate what can and can’t be done in your yard to make it beautiful. We can still make it beautiful; it just limits your possibilities or increases your personal workload of dragging hoses. Which is why sprinkler systems came into the picture to begin with. They make your life a lot easier!
The need to irrigate crops and wanted plantings dates all the way back to Rome and their aqueducts and lead pipes. Actual sprinkler systems came into the picture in the 20th century when water became more available through pressurized systems using steal and copper pipes. The availability of water under enough pressure to propel it a certain distance gave way to the inventions of the first sprinklers.
The first sprinkler was invented in 1871. The US patent was registered to J. Lessler of Buffalo, New York (#121949) and show that it was a nozzle holder propelled by the help of gardening hose.
Though the above is obviously a a sprinkler in its most basic form, it was the first to connect a stationary object to a nozzle that propelled water into the air. These quickly gave way to many other designs. The most famous of them being the invention of the impact sprinkler by Orton H Englehart filed on July 14th, 1937
Sprinkler systems have come a long way since then. With the invention of better pipes, valves and timers, the sprinkler system has evolved into what is now a technical industry. Water conservation has driven the industry to become more and more focused on using the water we have in the most efficient manner to keep our lawns and gardens as green and healthy as possible.
Both our landscape crew and our irrigation technician crew understand the importance of a sprinkler system working to the best possible application. We work hard to install and repair your sprinkler systems in a manner that will promote conservation yet provide the outside environment that you are wanting to be able to enjoy for years to come.
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