In central Missouri, a professionally designed and installed Rain Bird® automatic sprinkler system from the irrigation pros at All-n-One Outdoor will help you maintain a healthy, beautiful landscape. Our new sprinkler systems are also the most convenient and efficient way to ensure your landscape gets the water it needs without over- or under-watering.
Installation of New Irrigation Systems
Greener grass, healthier plants and more free time for you
There is no easier or more cost-effective way to:
- Beautify your lawn and landscape
- Increase your property value
- Reduce water usage and save money
- Save yourself time and effort
So put away your garden hose and let a new Rain Bird system from All-n-One do your watering for you — automatically! You’ll have greener grass, healthier plants, and much more free time to smell the roses instead of watering them.
Want to work with our team of lawn care experts? Contact us to get a bid and get started today!
Residential Irrigation Services
Do you want to know more about how automatic sprinkler systems work? Are you tired of dealing with hoses and watering by hand? Looking for helpful watering tips? You can learn more by visiting the Rain Bird Irrigation learning site where they offer tons of information on their Rain Bird Irrigation system and how it works.
Commercial Irrigation Services
As a part of our commercial irrigation services, we offer audits and inspections as well as central control systems.
Common Concerns about Irrigation
There are many common concerns about irrigation including installing irrigation in existing lawns. With today’s advancement in equipment and technology, impact to existing yards and landscapes can be minimal.
We also focus on Backflow Testing & Water Efficiency Audits
During the installation of your irrigation system, a backflow preventer is installed between your main water line and your irrigation systems. This backflow preventer keeps water from your irrigation system from flowing backwards into the purified water supplying your home.
All-n-One also tests commercial backflow preventers for irrigation and business requirements.
Due to state regulation, backflow preventers must be tested on an annual basis.
Water is a precious natural resource. To maximize the efficiency of your irrigation system, All-n-One Outdoor Solutions has made Rain Bird Drip a key part of the system. By staying current with advances in irrigation equipment and design and installation techniques, All-n-One Outdoor Solutions has perfected design and installation of landscape drip systems, which are reliable and long-lasting.
Although the one-time costs for a professional drip installation may be somewhat higher, it will use 50-70% less water than a conventional spray system. And those savings will continue year after year for the life of your system.
All-n-One is a water conscious contractor that focuses on water conservation and efficiency through system design.
Frequently Asked Irrigation Questions
What is the most effective time to water?
Always try to water your lawn in the early morning. Early morning watering is best due to: the lack of evaporation that takes place, low winds that can blow you lawn dry, high humidity and morning dew that adds to the moisture. Early morning watering helps to prevent lawn diseases that can be caused by watering at night because it gives your lawn time to dry by night fall.
How often should I water?
Because each lawn is unique, the answer to this question can vary greatly. The best watering times and length of watering depends on your climate, type of turf, planting, and soil conditions. The All-n-One team is available to assist you in the proper watering schedule.
When should I turn my system on?
You should activate your system in mid-March or early April. Spring rains will determine when you should start to water your lawn.
When should I turn my system off?
You should turn off your system in late fall or before freezing temperatures arrive.
What are the benefits of an irrigation system?
An irrigation system provides you with a beautiful lawn and appearance of your home, therefore, increasing the value of your property. It offers you more free time and flexibility to do things you want instead of dragging hoses around your lawn and landscape.
Does an irrigation system waste water?
No, a professionally designed and installed irrigation system will conserve water by only releasing adequate amounts of water in specific areas at correct scheduled times.
What if my lawn is oddly shaped?
Not a problem! Our sprinkler heads can be adjusted for arc, height, flow, and radius.