One way to ensure that your lawn receives an adequate amount of water is to install a sprinkler system. A sprinkler system will water your lawn on a regular basis, which will combat the negative effects of prolonged droughts, and keep your grass greener and healthier.
At the center of any sprinkler system is an irrigation pump. The irrigation pump acts as a hub, dispersing water across the sprinkler system to each of the sprinkler heads. When selecting an irrigation pump for your sprinkler system, the most important question to consider is what is the intended application for the pump? Many irrigation pumps are also able to act as booster pumps to increase water pressure for washing cars and other equipment, supply water to gardens, or even remove excess water after storms. Another factor to consider is the size of the property being watered. Watering a lawn that is 300-square-feet will require different needs than a 3 acre property, so the irrigation pump needs to be selected accordingly.
Once you are able to answer these questions, you should have no problem selecting an irrigation pump for your sprinkler system, and can start enjoying your beautiful green grass in no time.