A drip irrigation system is different than a traditional irrigation system in that a traditional sprinkler system delivers large amounts of water is a stream or spray through rotor heads and spray heads. Drip irrigation uses a series of tubing, bubblers and emitters that drip water slowly to the roots. A traditional and a drip irrigation system can be combined.

Drip irrigation systems are meant to water landscape beds, gardens, containers and trees. It’s often referred to as spot watering because it allows for water to be applied to a specific tree, plant or group of shrubs at ground or container level.

When designing a drip irrigation system you have to take into consideration the size of the trees, plants and shrubs you are intending to water as well as the spacing of these elements. Large trees and plants will need more water then small shrubs and closely planted elements will need a different type of water distributor as opposed to a single tree.

Drip applications include tubing with emitters, microbubblers, microsprays and soft misters. We recommend that you contract an experienced drip irrigation installer for the optimum drip irrigation system design. R & R Sprinkler and Landscape is one of the best drip irrigation designers in the industry. Contact us for a quote today.

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