Customer service is a top priority. We welcome your questions about any phase of the system.
We obtain site information, including areas of lawn, ground cover, flowerbeds, patios, trees and shrubs. We take all the pertinent measurements as well as slope direction. We analyze soil—is it sandy, rocky, or clay? The type will make a difference in how fast the water percolates through it.
Services include start-ups, repairs, add-ons, backflow preventer checks/ upgrades, and winterizations. We also can provide you with an irrigation service contract if desired. We automatically handle your winterization, start-up, and mid-summer checkups.
Whether your sprinkler system is brand new or 50 years old we have the parts, equipment, and staff to keep it running at its best. Our goal is to provide quick and professional service, showing up on time and leaving your property looking as if we where never there.
What You Need To Know
Most studies show that watering in the early hours of the morning are the best. During this time hardly any water is lost due to evaporation and wind. Early evening or night are good as well, as the water has plenty of time to soak into roots without being lost. However, in the evening mold issues can arise due to moisture sitting on the grass for hours without sunlight.
The best assurance you have to conserve water is a sprinkling system that can be set according to weather patterns. The popularity of such systems is spreading rapidly as people become more aware of their savings in terms of money and that precious commodity—water.
Your underground irrigation lines and heads are fairly safe from most cold temperatures or until the frost level reaches that deep in the ground. If you are worried about being caught off guard by the cold weather, let us sign you up for a cold snap alert. Whether it’s late spring or early fall, we’ll send you an email telling you of an upcoming cold night(s) so that you have the time to shut the water off or insulate the proper pipes.