The lawn sprinkler system layout should consider your grass, trees, and plants in landscape beds. Additionally, sidewalks, driveways, and other fixtures need to be considered. The underground watering system design should ultimately cover only green areas. Thus, only providing the necessary water for the landscaping to flourish. Moreover, you can customize your lawn sprinkler system for each planted area based on specific water needs. In addition, keep in mind that you waste water when it hits the fences or concrete areas. Therefore, using the correct sprinkler pop-up spray heads and nozzles will allow proper flow to the plants while minimizing wind loss. We recommend using a professional irrigation contractor to put water hydraulics and recommended PSI where appropriate.
It would be best if you also considered installing a drip sprinkler system. It minimizes water loss from evaporation and wind drift by directly delivering a water stream from the soil surface or the root zone. Moreover, a drip sprinkler system is ideal for watering plants where water is scarce. Keep in mind that a drip sprinkler system is only good if the landscaping is not changing.