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Lawn Irrigation

Good Morning,

My client is about to have us finish a new lawn for them. They have expressed an interest in having some sort of irrigation for the borders and possibly the lawn. Now obviously I want to do this before we finish.

The borders I looked at using some sort of porous pipe, run in a loop to get all the borders. 

For the lawn I am not sure on the best way to go. I have had a little search on here and not seen to much. In an ideal world a pop up system would be quite nice I think.

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  • PRO

    Hi James,

    you could try easy irrigation in arborfield berkshire, ask for James. You email him a drawing with measurements and water flow (ie how the source takes to fill 10L water). He'll be able to take you through various options for the lawn and borders, then spec the system and supply all the parts you need.

    • PRO

      Andrew! Thats fantastic. I will get over to the client at some point with the Disto and app. Get it drawn out then give him a call

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