Used to keep underground lawn sprinkler heads visible and safe from lawn mower tires, etc... When one can see the sprinkler heads during routine lawn maintenance, they can avoid running them over with the tires. Made from a light but very durable flexible material. Doesn't sink, crack, or float out of its intended position after being installed. Requires much less maintenance long term.
Long lasting, in all weather conditions. Protects sprinkler heads by keeping them visible. The user decides the center hole size, for a PERFECT FIT on all sprinkler heads. The shape, size, and installing method of the Sprinkler Buddy is what keeps the sprinkler heads visible long term. See a "Customer Video Review" on our "Sprinkler Buddy (7 Pack)" Amazon listing.
We don't make sprinkler heads, we make the sprinkler heads you buy last longer! Sprinkler Buddy is Safe! If accidentally struck by a mower blade, it will not damage the mower blade or become a harmful projectile like products made of a hard plastic or concrete material. Sprinkler Buddy holds up in all weather conditions! . INSTALLING INSTRUCTIONS, click on the black and white photo.
Sprinkler Buddy doesn't sink like concrete sprinkler donuts or get dislodged and float away like other plastic sprinkler guard donuts after being installed. Sprinkler Buddy stays put and requires the least amount of maintenance long term.
Not sold in stores! Sprinkler Buddy saves TIME, $$$, and WATER. Sprinkler Buddy protects sprinklers used in underground irrigation sprinkler systems by keeping them visible. Other similar products are easier to install but require far more maitenance to keep them visible/working long term.
A sprinkler head wrench or sprinkler head removal tool can make removing the sprinkler heads easier for some. Cut off risers may be needed when reinstalling the sprinkler head if they have lowered too deep in the ground over time. Looking for a quality sprinkler head trimmer, I recomend the Kenyon brand. Have your sprinkler head adjustment tool or sprinkler head key handy to adjust the sprinkler heads to the desired spray pattern once installed.