Install your own sprinkler system and save big
You don’t have to pay thousands for a landscape contractor to install a sprinkler system. And you don’t have to rent a trenching machine to get that lush green lawn you’ve always wanted. Our patented Lawn Belt system makes it easy to design, buy and install your own sprinkler system for the entire yard and garden. Everything you need is right here.
Here’s the difference between Lawn Belt and traditional, in-ground sprinkler systems:
Traditional PVC pipe is rigid, difficult to work with, and prone to breaking in the winter.
Plus, you have to dig it in 18 inches. Sprinkler repair costs are also exorbitant with PVC.
Lawn Belt Conduit
Flexible, diamond-shaped “belt” (or conduit) is easy to work with, and withstands even the most extreme winter freezing.
Just cut a line in the turf, and step it in. System assembles quickly using a small wrench
Comparing the install process of Lawnbelt vs. PVC
Installing a PVC system is a huge pain. You have to rent a big, noisy trenching machine and figure out complex piping, back-flow devices, valves and electronics. Our Lawn Belt Sprinkler System makes it easy. Everything you need is included in a kit weighing less than ten pounds.
If you can handle a 5/16" box wrench and a shovel, you can handle this do-it-yourself sprinkler system. If you have questions we have irrigation system experts standing by to walk you through each step of the project. We also offer Spray Patterns & Design examples to get you started.
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Lawn Belt introduces a new, EASIER way to water your lawn or garden.
The only thing worse than moving sprinklers around is the thought of paying for a professionally installed, built-in sprinkler system.
Now there’s a realistic, do-it-yourself alternative that is one-tenth the cost.
Lawn Belt saves you time and money, and produces the lush, green lawn that’ll make your neighbors jealous. We even have a new Water Saving Sprinkler System that will pay for itself over an over each season.
Traditional PVC systems require trenching at least 18 inches deep.
Trenches will go all though your property. Permits and special equipment is required
Lawn Belt Installation
Lawn Belt installs just under the turf, with just a flat bed shovel.
A small slit is created about 1/2 wide and 1-1/2" deep. Lawnbelt is pushed into the ground with your foot.
Our patented, diamond shaped water conduit is engineered to install easily, just under the surface of the turf. Simply cut a line with your flat shovel – it doesn’t even have to be straight – and step the Lawn Belt into place.
You only have to dig a small hole where each sprinkler head will be located. Compare that to the excavation required to install a PVC system.
Everything you need to put together a worry-free sprinkler system for any yard or garden.
There are two key parts of every Lawn Belt Kit: Flexible, diamond-shaped hose and the U-Fitting that supports a variety of sprinkler heads. Do you have a big back yard or a small side yard? We have kits any area no matter how narrow or wide your area may be.
Concerned about keeping your flowers alive while you're away on vacation? Choose the Drip Irrigation System with an auto timer. You can even customize any Lawn Belt sprinkler system, upgrade the sprinkler heads, or buy spare parts.
See how easy it is to set-up your Lawn Belt Sprinkler System.
Most kits ship with 3 heads (with the exception of Garden Border Kit which has 4). Get started with our easy, fast and inexpensive underground sprinkler system.
DIY Sprinkler Installation
There are five simple steps to buying and installing your sprinkler system. You can do it all in one, relaxed weekend. Explore our simple steps below:
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