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Sprinkler Parts & Supplies from Heavyweight Brands

When you shop at Sprinkler Warehouse, you can throw any doubt right out the window. Our warehouse isn’t stocked with your average sprinklers—just different levels of really good sprinklers. Discover full-throttled performance from our impressive library of impact sprinklers, rotors, spray heads, and nozzles plucked from the industry’s most capable names, including Hunter, Rain Bird, Toro, and K-Rain.

Advantages of Rotor Sprinkler Systems

  • Better Suited for Larger Lawns
  • Uniform Water distribution
  • Adjustable Patterns
  • Extra Durability
  • Resistance to Wind Drift

Watch as Sprinkler Warehouse Pro Afred Castillo dives deeper into the world of rotor sprinklers. Need more info on sprinklers and irrigation systems? Stop by Sprinkler School and discover how Sprinkler Warehouse can help take you and your lawn to the next level. 

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Sprinkler System FAQ

How many sprinklers does the average yard need?

We recommend having one sprinkler head for every 8 to 15 feet of coverage, depending on the spray radius of the sprinklers you’re working with. Factors to consider are lawn size, water pressure, sprinkler coverage, plant types, and local climate.

How much spacing do I need between sprinklers?

Spacing between sprinklers is crucial to ensure uniform water distribution and avoid overwatering or underwatering. The most important factor to consider when adjusting rotor spacing is to determine the watering range and water pressure of each sprinkler head then aim for head-to-head coverage.

How many sprinkler zones do I need for my sprinkler system?

To determine how many sprinkler zones are required to keep your yard at peak fitness, first divide your yard into zones based on water needs. Lawns may be in one zone, while flower beds or shrubs are in another, allowing for targeted watering based on the specific requirements of each zone.