Sprinkler Installation —  Typically Sprinkler Systems have two types of Sprinkler Heads.  You have Rotor Sprinkler Heads and Pop – Up Sprinkler Heads.

These two types of Sprinkler Heads should not be in the same Sprinkler Zone Together.  The reason is that they water at different rates.  The Pop-Up Sprinkler Head is a Continuous Spray Head.  It does not move or rotate.  It covers a small area and puts a lot of water down fast.  The Rotor Sprinkler Heads cover a much larger area and spray back and forth from left to right.  They take a greater amount of time to completely water their designed area.  If Pop-Ups and Rotor Sprinkler Heads are put in the same zone together and run at the same time, by the time the Rotor Sprinkler Heads are finished,  the area covered by the Pop-Up Sprinkler Heads will be Flooded.  This can kill whatever the Pop-Up Sprinkler Head is intended to water.

 

Many times ” Fly – By – Night Sprinkler Companies”  or, ” DIY Home owners who don’t know any better,” Put Rotor Sprinkler Heads and Pop-Up Sprinkler Heads in the same zone.

 

IT IS A BIG MISTAKE!

 

CMG Sprinklers and Drains Installs Sprinkler Systems, Drainage Systems ( French Drains, Surface Drains), and Provides Expert Sprinkler Repair.

 

Check out our Photos of French Drains,  Photos of Sprinkler Systems,  Photos of Sprinkler Repair, and Photos of Drainage Systems at out PhotoLibrary.

 

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