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About Heron Lawn & Pest Control:
Heron Irrigation began as a result of a dire need for a reliable irrigation service from Central Florida residents. Their parent company, Heron Lawn & Pest Control has been providing lawn fertilization, pest and termite control since 2002 to Central Florida residents. Because proper irrigation is a crucial part of a healthy lawn, Heron Lawn & Pest Control received overwhelming requests year after year from their lawn care customers wanting them to provide irrigation service. It is because of their customers’ needs that Heron Irrigation was born. In addition to irrigation repair, Heron offers lawn and shrub care, termite and pest control, palm and tree care as well as mosquito reduction.
Heron understands that when a customer calls, they have an issue on their property and need it repaired right away. Whether it’s a small sprinkler repair or a revamp of an entire system, Heron Irrigation’s trained technicians have the knowledge and experience to handle any irrigation issues. Response time is critical especially in the case of a burst pipe or leaking head that wastes water every time the system comes on. Because of this, Heron will have someone on the property the same day. Heron Irrigation is committed to handling each and every one of their customers’ concerns and bringing their irrigation systems up to maximum efficiency. Providing environmentally friendly programs and offering effective solutions that will save water are one of Heron’s most common requests.
There are three key ingredients to a healthy lawn: proper mowing, fertilization and efficient irrigation. They all play a vital role and without any one of these three, a lawn will never reach its full potential. Irrigation is by far the most over looked and common mistake.
Most all homeowners have an irrigation system that is set to come on at correct watering times and they assume the system is efficient. The problem and most common misconception is that just like a car needs tune-ups and oil changes, irrigation systems also need maintenance...Simply walking through a lawn, and bumping a sprinkler head with a shoe can move a sprinkler head just a few degrees, which often results in part of the lawn not getting the correct amount of water. Not to mention, an irrigation systems worst nightmare... the lawn mower. Lawn mowers and weed eaters break heads on a continual basis...For a healthy lawn, watering times need to change with the seasons and daylight savings time must also be taken into consideration.
Here are a few tips to achieve an efficient irrigation system:
-Sprinklers with head to head coverage
-Choosing the correct irrigation head for the targeted area, for example not having spray and rotor heads on the same zone
-Proper height and angle of sprinkler heads
-Calibrating your system for 3/4” of water per application
-Adequate watering times for the season
-A properly functioning rain sensor. This is required by Florida Statute 373.62 and will save water by forcing the irrigation system to shut off or not come on when it has rained.
The experts at Heron Irrigation understand that customers take pride in their properties and want to come home to a green healthy lawn that is properly irrigated. It is Heron’s commitment to bring their customers’ irrigation systems up to maximum efficiency and keep it that way. Readers that call today will get a free Same Day Inspection.
Heron Lawn & Pest Control provides outstanding care delivered by a dedicated team, meaning their clients receive the personalized treatment and attention required for a stellar Irrigation experience. PreferredLocalBusiness.tv proudly welcomes their newest listing for Kissimmee Irrigation.
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