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Hose End Sprinklers


Not quite ready for a full underground irrigation system? No worries, these sprinklers and kits let you connect to any standard hose-bib and bring water to the areas of your yard that need it the most. Shop Sprinkler Warehouse and have that luscious lawn you always desired.

What is a Hose and Sprayer for your lawn?

Hose and Sprayers provide your lawn and garden with its most important necessity-- water. Proper irrigation, connectors and nozzles can be the difference between a dry dull yard and years of beautiful landscaping. One of the best ways to keep your lawn and garden healthy and attractive is by proper irrigation and maintenance. Sprinkler Warehouse carries many types of high quality hose and sprayer supplies that are available in several sizes to fill virtually any irrigation system need.

What's the difference: Hose End Sprinkler System vs Underground System

One of the main differences between a hose-end sprinkler system and a underground system is that the underground system requires extra labor to because its system is encased inside your lawn absent of sight. The hose-end sprinkler gives you the ability to move consistency, if necessary, the position of your hose per your watering needs.

Can I water my lawn at night?

One of the main differences between a hose-end sprinkler system and a underground system is that the underground system requires extra labor to because its system is encased inside your lawn absent of sight. The hose-end sprinkler gives you the ability to move consistency, if necessary, the position of your hose per your watering needs.

How often should I water my lawn with a hose-end sprinkler?

Knowing your lawn is key to the success of answering this question. Understanding your area in which you live in also adds to that success. Taking care of your lawn such as feeding it and mowing high, will all you to water less because it will have strong deep roots that can find water better. Grass does not need lots of water. It is naturally designed to retain rain and use it efficiently. Should the weather not cooperate and you should lack in rainfall, watering early in the morning before the heat of midday helps to keep a luscious lawn.