The Sports Bible: What to Know about the Sprinkler System
A sprinkler that sprinkles water from a sprinkler hose on a property and then dispenses it on your property.
The sprinkler is also known as a “sprinkler pad.”
A sprinklers use energy to heat a home, but it also generates heat and water vapor.
The energy from a “power surge” is transferred to a hose and water.
If the heat is too much for the water, it is discharged and the heat stays in the home.
A homeowner would need a sprinklers system on their property to reduce the heat on their home, which can also be detrimental to the health of their neighbors.
A sprinkling system that includes a water pump or sprinkler pump can also increase the amount of heat being transferred to the home, since the water pumps heat into the home rather than the water.
Another option is to install a “battery powered” sprinkler, where a battery powered sprinkler operates the pump and the water is discharged directly into the house, rather than directly into a hose.
A battery powered system can also provide heat, but not water.
The battery powered method requires additional equipment, such as a power surge controller, a pump, and more expensive and difficult to install.
Sprinklers can be installed on your own property or on a neighboring property.
However, you may need to apply for a permit.
For more information on sprinkler systems, see The Sports God: Sprinkling, Pruning, and Fencing.