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Sprinkler Donuts

Let’s pretend for a moment if you will:Sprinkler Donuts
Sprinkler donuts haven’t been invented yet. Pretend I’m on this Blog talking about a concrete round rock with a hole in the middle of it. This rock, I tell you, helps prevent damage to your lawn sprinkler heads.

Would you be running to my website to purchase this amazing new rock, I invented? Keep in mind, you have never heard about this rock until now.

Back to Reality
The “sprinkler donut” has been invented and is used mostly in the state of Florida. It does work well if properly maintained, meaning you keep it (more…)

Lawn Sprinkler Donuts/Guards

Sprinkler GuardsConcrete sprinkler donuts sink, Sprinkler Buddy doesn’t. Sprinkler Buddy also custom fits like no other lawn sprinkler head donut.

These sprinkler donuts were installed around the same time in the same lawn. Roughly four months ago. Same maintenance given to all during their weekly mowing schedule. I sprayed around the heads with round-up so you could see those with the concrete sprinkler donuts installed on them. All the concrete donuts were placed over the sprinkler heads when installed, I didn’t bury them, they’ll sink even faster if you give them a head start. The Sprinkler Buddy is the only one that remained where I had initially installed it.

The difference is clear, the choice is clear.

“Sprinkler Buddy” www.sprinklerbuddy.com

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Concrete Sprinkler Donuts

Sprinkler donuts have been around for many years, typically better known in the state of Florida. Ever sinceĀ  riding lawn mowers came into the picture, their has been a need to help protect our pop-up sprinkler heads.Concrete Donuts

Years past, concrete donuts were the only choice one had to help protect their sprinkler heads, then Orbit came out with their plastic sprinkler donut version of the concrete sprinkler donuts.

Both products have their advantages and disadvantages. (more…)