Did you know landscape irrigation systems are the #1 consumers of water in the state of Texas consuming as much as 70% of the water usage in the summer?  With water in Texas becoming a scarce resource it is imperative that an irrigation system be designed properly and operating efficiently.

InstallationService Plans & RepairBackflow Testing
  • Repair problems to existing systems – Replace rotors, sprays, nozzles, fix broken pipes, leaking valves, or most any other irrigation problem
  • Locate faulty wires and valves – Sometimes a wire will break or short underground but can still be located and repaired.
  • Annual, quarterly, and monthly system checks – A system check visit includes a thorough examination of how the heads, nozzles, valves and controller are performing. The controller will be set to reflect the operating times needed based on the seasonal demands so water is not wasted.
  • Backflow Testing – Most areas in the Hill Country require their backflow device to be tested upon installation and on an annual basis.
  • Drip Irrigation install – Design, Install, program the controller, submit to the client As-Built CAD drawings

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