Irrigation

When it comes to taking care of your landscape, proper watering is an invaluable investment, especially with Texas’ unpredictable Gulf Coast weather.

In fact, a properly installed system dramatically reduces overspray, as well as over- or under-watering, allowing your lawn and garden to thrive, while conserving water and money.

Whether your current system isn’t providing uniform coverage and needs correcting, or you’d like for us to handle the permitting and installation of a new one, our licensed irrigators are ready to help.

After consulting with you on the type of system you have, if any, and the type of vegetation you plan on maintaining, we’ll offer recommendations on the most efficient and economical way to water your lawn and garden.

Is your irrigation system watering your house or sidewalk more than your yard?

Is your irrigation system watering your house or sidewalk more than your yard?

Summer Watering Tips

Follow these three simple steps to keep your plants hydrated this summer. Remember, if you notice run-off, you’re running your running your system too long, so you’ll want to correct your watering schedule.

  • Determine how much water your plants need.
  • Find out the amount of water your system distributes.
  • Adjust your system to accommodate your plants’ water requirements.

Irrigation Regulated by: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), MC-178 | P.O. Box 13087 │ Austin, Texas 78711 │ www.tceq.state.tx.us │ 512.239.5296 | Lic # LI18583 CAT 5/3A