Convert Your Irrigation System to Benefit from RainfallJanuary 16, 2013
With one of the wettest years ever to be recorded, it may come as no surprise that the recent floods and rainfall has made many landscapes reminiscent of swampland and marshes. Areas have become so saturated that some are now unrecognisable.
Luckily, it is not all grey skies as your garden or terrain can benefit from the rain as you convert your irrigation system. Here at Royce Irrigation, we are specialists in designing, supplying and installing irrigations to a number of domestic and commercial requirements.
Irrigation Designed For You
Whether you’re looking for a simple solution to home garden irrigation such as our Rain Water Harvesting Systems in Surrey, or you require a complex, uniquely designed and integrated system such as our Hunter or Rainbird systems to cater for your large premises; we will be with you every step of the way.
We pride ourselves on providing a complete all-round service, offering advice where needed and advising on which watering systems will best suit your needs. We are so confident in the quality of our services that we will even provide you with a free quotation as well our friendly and helpful staff being on hand to answer any queries you may have.
So how can you benefit from the rainfall this New Year?
Whilst the landscape may be dark, damp and dreary at the moment, it is worth considering how your premises will remain of a high quality during the later dryer periods. Which is where products, such as our Rain Water Harvesting system earn their keep. Designed to collect rain water and store it for later use, you will be provided with a constant supply of rain water for your lawn.
If you are interested in converting your irrigation system it is essential that you seek the advice of a professional, like one of our qualified irrigation experts here at Royce Irrigation. For more information on our range of irrigation systems, be sure to check out our website or call us on 01932 566181.This entry was posted in Irrigation and tagged rain water harvesting Surrey. Bookmark the permalink. ← ‘Santa Stop Here’: Light Up Your Garden This Festive Season Save Money & Water This New Year →