How to Have a Healthy Lawn

Many people wonder if they are watering their lawn too much or too little. It is a good question to ask and it can be a confusing subject. If you live in a warm climate it can be difficult to tell exactly how much water your lawn needs to have a healthy lawn. Your lawn might look healthy, but this does not always tell the full story as even though the lawn looks healthy there could be underlying problems that can damage your lawn in the future. So even if your lawn is green and beautiful you may want to consult an expert to ensure the root structure and soil is also healthy and properly maintained.

Warm climates can be very hard on a lawn as well as gardens and shrubs. Many areas have water restriction as well which can affect how much water you’re allowed to use for irrigation each week. As a general rule, in a warm climate you want to run your sprinklers for approximately 30 minutes per cycle during warmer months. There’s some variations that can play into this as well, such as whether your sprinklers are pop up or rotator. But as a general rule, 30 minutes we’ll always keep you safe and we’ll not damage or lawn.