Now that you have begun the irrigation design process you will be receiving quotes and communications from us via email so please check in there from time to time for further information from us.
Here’s what you’ll need to do to get started:
Instructions To Get Your Free DIY Sprinkler Quote
Here’s the steps you’ll need to follow in order to provide us with the information we need to customize a sprinkler system to your needs. If you have any questions at all, give us a call at 306-757-2227 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roughly sketch the dimensions of your yard and take a tape measure and mark each measurement on that rough sketch. These measurements will be the basis for your scale diagram.
From those measurements, create a scale drawing of your yard on the graph paper. We prefer that you use a scale of 1 square = 4 feet (i.e. If you have a 16’ length, that section would be 4 squares long on the plan)
Please mark an X on your plan where your lawn water services (i.e. your outdoor taps) are located at the outside point(s) of the house.
On your plan draw all decks, patios, sidewalks, shrub beds, trees, gardens, etc. The more information you supply the better design that can be achieved.
For people looking for an automatic sprinkler system quote, you’ll need to run wire from your valve box to the place where you plan to locate your timer (garage, basement, shed, outside wall, etc.). To help us determine the amount of wire required, please mark and describe the place you would like to locate the timer. If you are locating it inside, please provide the distance required to get wire outside, and where that exit point will be.
Send us your plan. You can scan it and email it to email@example.com, fax it to 306-757-2228, or mail it to 680 Angus Street, Regina , SK , S4R 8P4 .
Property reports will not work as they are scaled down and any landscape features drawn on won’t be proportional to the rest of the drawing. We prefer that you use graph paper, but if you have a plan that is to scale, that will work as well.
While we are hard at work designing and quoting your new system take a look at our Irrigation & Sprinkler Resources page to learn about some of the products and installation techniques you will soon be using.