With the hot summer in full swing, it's important to get your lawn ready for its first year of growth. However, we've found that many homeowners are opting to install water features this season. 

Adding a sprinkler system to your garden can be a fun and affordable way to keep your plants healthy and watered. However, before you purchase a sprinkler system, you need to determine where it will be placed in your garden. 

If you are looking for a sprinkler repair provider, we would recommend that you choose a reputable one. Also, if you have a large garden, you may want to consider installing a central system. 

This system allows you to water all of your plants from one location. Alternatively, if you have a smaller garden, you may want to install individual systems for each plant. 

When buying a new sprinkler, there are a few things to look for. Firstly, you'll need to decide what type of irrigation system you're looking for. There are three main types of sprinklers: rotary, cone, and flood. 

Rotary sprinklers spin around to cover a large area quickly, while cone sprinklers shoot water in a pinpoint direction. Flood sprinklers send a steady stream of water over a wide area. 

Secondly, you'll need to decide the size of your lawn. Most new sprinklers come in two sizes: small (up to 600 square feet) and medium (600-2,000 square feet).