Montana's Leader in Water Conservation

We Are Leading The Way

Horizon is proud to be the first contractor in Montana to use and install Hunter's MP Rotators 100% . We offer the highest quality parts & materials with professional installation. Our custom water conservation systems are highly recommended with an expected water savings up to 30% on your water bill. Our custom sprinkler systems need very little maintenance which translates to an additional savings.

Plus, the biggest bonus that should not be overlooked is a beautiful lawn and landscape. Horizon Landscaping & Sprinklers Inc. custom systems are very low maintenance, which also translates to another cost savings.

We also offer add-ons including solar sinks and rain sensors. You have one chance to have it done right, so choose the most qualified contractor.

How MP Rotators Work

The Hunter MP Rotator

The following is useful information from the Hunter website: Multiple Rotating Streams Use Less Water and Provide Healthier Growth. The revolutionary MP Rotator features a unique, multi-trajectory rotating stream delivery system that achieves water-conserving results. Rather than simply “spray” water onto landscapes, MP Rotators deliver multiple streams of water at a slow, steady rate. This slower application rate allows water to gently soak into the soil, and achieves an even distribution throughout the area being irrigated. This increased efficiency results in 30% less water use when compared to traditional sprays, and significantly reduces wasteful runoff. The MP Rotator can be installed onto any conventional spray head body or shrub adapter, transforming them into high uniformity, low precipitation rate sprinklers with matched precipitation at any arc and any radius.

The MP Rotators are a great choice for new systems, as they provide immense range flexibility (from 4’ strip to 30’ radius), decrease material costs, and provide better system efficiency. MP’s are also perfect for revitalizing older systems—a retrofit can solve both low pressure and poor coverage problems.

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