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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions that are not addressed in our frequently asked questions section, please contact us and we will get back to you within twenty-four hours.

What are the benefits of an automatic sprinkler system?

Watering your lawn properly is one of the most demanding chores a homeowner has. During the warmer dryer months of a Long Island summer your lawn can burn up in a couple of days without the proper irrigation. While an automatic sprinkler system may seem costly at first, the benefits of never needing to drag out the hose and keep up with the water demands of your lawn far outweigh the expense. If you don't have an automatic sprinkler system installed by Waterways Irrigation, be prepared to do just that.


How much water does my lawn require?

Creating a beautiful lawn that has green lush grass, is a matter of one important factor - a regularly scheduled watering! Most residential grasses require between 1 1/2 and 2 inches of water per week. Long Island yards typically have sandy soils and have a higher permeability rate that can accept water at a faster rate, thus requiring a regular automatic watering cycle.


What time of day should I water my lawn?

Watering your grass in the early evening or early morning hours, with a deep soaking will make the roots anchor themselves deep in the soil, providing a strong rooted lawn. Too frequent watering during the day at shorter intervals will encourage shallow root growth, making a weak lawn that is easily vulnerable to damage.

With an automatic irrigation system installed properly by Waterways Irrigation, you can turn your grass greener than ever, maintaining the lush green color for a complete season with little effort on your part.

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Contact Information

Waterways Irrigation, Inc.
P.O. Box 189
Holbrook, NY 11741

Phone: (631) 360-3305
Fax: (631) 660-3305