The garden is a valuable aspect of your property - both aesthetically and for its contribution to absorbing heat and cooling your home environment.
With the easing of water restrictions in the Brisbane area, it is a great time to consider your irrigation options and upgrade existing systems to comply with current requirements for efficient irrigation systems.
See Queensland Water Commission website for full details.
Water Tactics is a member of Irrigation Australia Limited (IAL) and acredited Certified Irrigation Professional. We are also licensed with Queensland Building Services Association - QBSA licence (irrigation) 1138043.
So you can be assured that your irrigation system will be designed, installed and maintained with a focus on water efficiency. We promote use of Smart Approved WaterMark products as recommended by Queensland Water Commission.
By complying with efficient irrigation guidelines, you can take satisfaction in knowing that your garden is being optimally irrigated using water efficiently and effectively.
During the recent drought and severe water restrictions, many residents connected irrigation systems to a rainwater tank water supply. Using rainwater is still an extremely effective way to reduce potable water consumption for irrigation. For your convenience though, we can install cross-over connections between the tank and mains water supplies so that your irrigation program can continue in times when tank levels are low but still take advantage of using rainwater when it is plentiful.
Irrigation systems connected to an automatic controller can be set to irrigate the various areas of your lawn and garden at different intervals for varying lengths of time. This allows effective control of watering plants with differing moisture needs.
Combined with a Smart Approved WaterMark rain sensor and/or soil moisture sensor, you can achieve the most water-efficient means of irrigating your lawn and garden with the least amount of effort from you!
This type of irrigation is most effective because it supplies water to the root zone where it is most needed and vastly reduces water loss by evaporation.
Generally speaking, drip irrigation in garden beds installed under 50-100mm of mulch can reduce your water consumption by around 40% compared with spray irrigation.
Call 07 3324 8774 or contact us to arrange your irrigation system installation or maintenance