Water in the right place at the right time
An automatic underground sprinkler system delivers water through a network of underground pipes to all areas of a lawn.
The network of underground pipes is interspersed with strategically placed control valves, each of which can either stop or start the flow of water to a specific area of the lawn. That specific area of the lawn is called a zone.
Each zone consists of several sprinkler heads attached to the buried pipes by risers (short vertical pipes) that are arranged to provide uniform water coverage in that area. Sprinkling systems are divided into zones because city water systems and wells are capable of supplying water to only a limited number of sprinklers at one time.
Flier's professional water experts measure the available water pressure prior to installation of the sprinkler system to ensure that the sprinkler heads in each zone will receive sufficient water to operate properly.
Valves are available at Flier's Retail Store.