Solar Lights

 

One can also keep their solar lights safe from the line trimmers this mowing season with Sprinkler Buddy.solar lights

By installing Sprinkler Buddy upside down as shown in image on the solar light stake.

Sprinkler Buddy can also be painted any color you would like. Keep it green or get creative!

Sprinkler Donuts

“Sprinkler Donut” – Let the truth be told!

Hello, I’m the Florida lawn care professional that invented Sprinkler Buddy. I have replaced many broken sprinkler heads over the years, caused from the weight of my heavy zero turn mowers. I couldn’t see the sprinkler heads until the damage was already done. Many of the busted lawn sprinkler heads had the concrete donuts on them but they had sunk into the ground and the grass had completely covered them over, rendering them useless.

My invention Sprinkler Buddy doesn’t sink like the concrete donuts do after being installed, nor does it float away like the plastic sprinkler donut made by Orbit. Sprinkler Buddy keeps the sprinkler heads visible, therefore allowing the lawn mower operator to avoid them with the mower tiers.

The concrete sprinkler donuts are rather fragile despite their online description of being strong and durable. If you buy them, do not drop them on a hard surface, you’ll be picking up pieces. The concrete sprinkler donut and plastic sprinkler donut by Orbit also don’t do well in cold climates. They will easily break once frozen if ran over, sometimes even without being run over!

Sprinkler Buddy usually does cost a little more but as the saying goes!

“You Get What You Pay For”

If your looking for a quality product that will do what it suppose too long term, give Sprinkler Buddy a try. You’ll be glad you did! Learn more about Sprinkler Buddy, Made in USA, @ sprinklerbuddy.com

Sprinkler Buddy 

                     Retails in a “Pack of Seven”

Sprinkler  Donuts

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Sprinkler Guards and Sprinkler Donuts for Lawn Sprinkler Heads

Lawn sprinkler heads win with the Sprinkler Buddy, therefore… with
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As a lawn care professional, I have tried most of the competition. Those that I haven’t, I know would be a waste of my money due to my many years of experience in the lawn care profession. Some of the sprinkler guards on the market cost less, some more than my invention the “Sprinkler Buddy” but it doesn’t make either a better product. If you should try the competition and it doesn’t reach your expectations in the long run, give Sprinkler Buddy a try. You’ll be glad you did.
View Sprinkler Buddy and other sprinkler guards or sprinkler donuts found on Amazon.


Concrete sprinkler donuts can be found in Florida in just about any hardware store for $1.25-$2.50 each. Most online sellers don’t ship them because they get busted easily during shipping. Despite the claims of being tough and durable, concrete sprinkler donuts are very fragile and don’t hold up in freezing climates too well either. Buyer beware!
Oldcastle Irrigation Systems 3-1/4 in. Sprinkler Head 70555609
$1.28 In stock
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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. The durable concrete construction of the Oldcastle 3-1/4 in. Sprinkler Head protects a sprinkler from lawnmowers. Protective donuts encase a sprinkler head and allow easier operation.*Size and weight are approximate

Less is More (or at least enough) When it comes to Watering the Garden

Guest Post by:  Sarah Smith

A beautiful garden is attractive, adds curb appeal to the home and creates a recreation area outdoors. The only problem is it takes a lot of water to keep a garden healthy and good looking. Not necessarily. There are several ways to have a great looking garden without using thousands of litres of water. A sprinkler can use up to 1,000 litres of water an hour. Most suburban gardens can get enough water with a 10-litre watering can. Read the rest of this entry »

Fixing Broken Sprinklers, don’t blame the yard man!

sprinkler head next to sidewalksI have heard it all as a lawn care professional, “Watch out for my sprinklers, you ran one over last week that I had to fix!”, “Slow down and look for my sprinklers.”, etc….

Who’s to blame, your yard man? Read the rest of this entry »

Sprinkler Donut, Sprinkler Buddy “Underground View”

Sprinkler Buddy - Custom fits!

Sprinkler Buddy – Custom fits!

Prevents grass from taking root between the indicator and sprinkler head. First product of its kind that doesn’t sink or float away in soft or wet ground conditions.

Had enough broken or leaning sprinkler heads caused from mowing the lawn? Want to know where your sprinkler heads are? My invention “Sprinkler Buddy” isn’t rocket science, it’s just common sense that no one else had thought of before me, a lawn care professional wanting to know where the heads are so I could avoid them with the mower tires. Read the rest of this entry »

MY FRONT YARD GARDEN

 Guest Post by: Dana Jones, AKA Baymule from TheEasyGarden.com
Here is a short article about how I started my garden.
About 8 years ago, I decided I wanted a garden. There was a small problem though, thegetcontent backyard was shrouded in shade. Grass barely grew back there. So I announced to my husband that I was going to put a garden in the front yard. He planted his feet like a balky mule and said, “NO WAY!” My husband, BJ, loves having a pretty yard and a scraggly garden just wasn’t going to cut it. I pleaded my case, pointing out that I would only have a small garden-just three beds between the driveway and sidewalk. The soil there was hard as concrete, his beloved grass wouldn’t grow there and it was weedy. Why, a garden would be a huge improvement. I explained how I wanted to use bricks to make walkways and how attractive it would look. He grumbled. Read the rest of this entry »

Lawn & Gardening Forum

Looking for an awesome lawn and gardening forum to discuss or share your knowledge with others that can relate? The link below is just that!

Enjoy: TEG

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 Read the rest of this entry »