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Do you ever feel like all your time is spent watering the plants? Do you ever forget to turn the garden hose off? With an automatic watering system, a computer controls everything, so you don't need to do anything. Here at Irrigation Systems in Oxfordshire, we are highly experienced in all irrigation services and carefully select the best products to install in your garden or greenhouse.
We can provide all customers in Oxfordshire and the surrounding M25 catchment areas with free quotations for any of our greenhouse or garden watering systems. We are also happy to give you advice, as well as talking you through the design process and what products we are using. The watering systems we install are carefully designed and situated to ensure your plants are getting the right amount of water. Choose from the following types of water systems:
These types of garden sprinkler systems are connected to your water source using an underground pipe. The Pop-up is also placed underground and relies on water pressure to operate. These systems only rise above ground level whilst in the process of irrigating your Oxfordshire garden.
An electronic timer and controller will tell the system where and when to operate. We advise programming all garden watering systems to operate while you are asleep. This is because the water pressure is at its best overnight, while the lack of sunlight eliminates evaporation.
Pop-up heads vary in size and shape. Our experts can design them to suit any garden landscape in Oxfordshire and the surrounding areas. Many of these units are fully adjustable from 0 to 360 degrees. Due to the way in which this automatic watering system disappears into the ground when not in operation, it is safe from your mower and from the hands of curious children.
Drip irrigation systems are far more efficient than watering your garden with a hose. In fact, we would argue that drip irrigation is more effective than all garden sprinkler systems. This is because drip irrigation delivers the water to the root of the plants, which is exactly where it is needed.
If you hook it up to an automated timer, you have the most effective automatic watering system at your disposal. As a result, drip irrigation systems are often excluded from hosepipe bans.
A well-designed drip irrigation system has an efficiency of nearly 100 per cent, compared to that of overhead spray heads which have a typical efficiency rating of between 50 and 70 per cent.
Micro sprays can either be spray jets discharging a fine or coarse spray, or the can come in the form of sprays that discharge water in streams. Whichever type you use, they will fit into any garden shape and offer a variety of flow rates and watering patterns. Micro sprays are better for open areas that are exposed to strong winds. They are also great for penetrating compact garden beds and dense foliage.
The idea behind these ecologically- sound garden watering systems is simple. They collect and store rain water to use at a later date. The water can then be purified to make it suitable for drinking and other daily applications.
Borehole systems are ideal for use in gardens across Oxfordshire and its surrounding areas. They provide water to your garden all year round and do so absolutely free of charge. The main advantage of borehole irrigation is that it protects you from drought conditions and hosepipe bans that can devastate a garden. Keen vegetable and fruit growers use the borehole system for its positive effect on crop yield.