Welcome to our home irrigation design planner, tips and planning section, where no project is too big or, too small.
Here you will find the guidance that you need, to help you in the right direction when planning an important project. If on the other hand you find it all a bit overwhelming and you would like our help, just use this planner and we will do the rest. Here you will find detailed instructions on what to measure, where to measure and any other details that is required for your design.
Once you have filled in all of the information, go ahead and press the send button. All the information will land on our teams desk.
Our team will have a look while their minds are ticking over in what products to use, how to set things up, cost effectiveness and quality in mind. Once they have sorted out the details they will contact you to discuss your plans further and in more detail. So, start planning, have a go, or, you can simply leave it up to our team of dedicated staff. Whatever you decide, GET GOING with this home irrigation design planner, and ENJOY!
Gather the Information Before you begin
The flow rate determines the size of your system.
How many sprinklers your system can run at one time depends on how much water your home can supply. In this section, you’ll make a few simple measurements to determine the “flow rate”.
Time how long it takes to fill a bucket of known volume. Tap should be the closest to the meter or water source. Tap or valve should be fully open before placing the bucket under the tap with no other taps or valves open.
EG. 18 seconds to fill 9 litre bucket
9 divided by 18 = 0.5 litres per second.
0.5 x 60 seconds = 30 litres per minute.
Flow Rate = 30 litres per minute.
Plan the Layout
Deliver water right where it’s needed
The first step in laying out your system is to decide which areas you want to water.
Plot the locations of areas to water
Using the grid, please download the home irrigation planner (or house plan copy), plot the outlines of your home and garden areas. Include walkways, driveways, patios, swimming pools etc. Use a tape measure for accuracy, and make sure all areas match the scale of the grid and label each area according to type of foliage (e.g. Lawn, shrub, flowerbed etc.).
Mark position of mains water meter and tap positions. Also position of bore on block or other water sources, dams or rivers or tanks.
Scale of grid is 1 square = 1 metre.
Let Us Do the Hard Work
Fill Out the information required on this Guide
When you have completed all of the above steps send the guide to us and we will design and quote the materials needed for your irrigation system.
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