San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
Tony Moore of H3O Water Systems has noteworthy advice for homeowners looking to keep their lawns healthy during the cold, winter months.
With colder temperatures, homeowners must keep in mind that special care must be taken in order to keep grass greener for a longer period of time. While you may be accustomed to watering your lawn multiple times during sunny days, this could potentially damage the grass’ root system in the winter. During these months, any watering of the grass should take place during the morning hours to allow more time for the water to dissipate and distribute throughout the day. Moore warns that watering at night will cause water to set on top of the soil due to the lack of sunlight. If the grass is left wet overnight, it can result in brown patches and other fungi that can spread and lead to larger problems.
Because sprinkler and irrigation systems are used less in the colder months, now is a great time to ensure they are functioning properly, and ready for the warmer months ahead. H3O Water Systems offers a management team with more than 90 years of combined experience in the water industry, free phone support for existing clients, unmatched warranties, superior technical service and product installation, competitive pricing, quick turnaround time in service, and 100 percent customer satisfaction.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please visit their website at http://www.h3owatersystems.com, or call 210-836-8181.
About the Company:
Serving the Greater San Antonio area since 2006, H3O Water Systems is committed to innovation and service excellence, ensuring absolute peace of mind. Over the years, they have earned an outstanding reputation as a premier service provider for swimming pool maintenance, swimming pool leak detection, swimming pool repair, swimming pool renovations, sprinkler system installation, sprinkler system repair, sprinkler system renovations, drip irrigation installation, water feature installation and water feature repairs.