Blow Outs -Winterizing your system can help prevent damage from freezing and help prevent costly repairs come next spring. Water left in the pipes of your irrigation system can freeze over winter causing damage to the entire system this means removing the remaining water from the pipe so there is nothing to expand when temperatures dip down below freezing Let our trained professionals protect you through the winter months
Install-) is a device used to irrigate agricultural crops, lawns, landscapes, golf courses, and other areas. They are also used for cooling and for the control of airborne dust. Sprinkler irrigation is the method of applying water in a controlled manner in way similar to rainfall. The water is distributed through a network that may consist of pumps, valves, pipes, and sprinklers.
Irrigation sprinklers can be used for residential, industrial, and agricultural usage. It is useful on uneven land where sufficient water is not available. It is useful for sandy soil. The perpendicular pipes, having rotating nozzles on top, are joined to the main pipeline at regular intervals of time. When water is allowed to flow through the main pipe under pressure with the help of pump it, escapes from the rotating nozzles. It gets sprinkled on the crop or lawn.
Repairs- Broken heads or pipes can prevent your lawn from having that lush green all year long. We can repair or replace any broken heads or lines that may have been damaged by nature or by freezing. Let us help fix your sprinkler system.
French Drains- A French drain or weeping tile (also trench drain, filter drain, blind drain, rubble drain,rock drain, drain tile, perimeter drain, land drain, French ditch, sub-surface drain, sub-soil drain or agricultural drain) is a trench filled with gravel or rock or containing a perforated pipe that redirects surface water and groundwater away from an area. A French drain can have perforated hollow pipes along the bottom (see images) to quickly vent water that seeps down through the upper gravel or rock.
French drains are primarily used to prevent ground and surface water from penetrating or damaging building foundations and as an alternative to open ditches or storm sewers for streets and highways. Alternatively, French drains may be used to distribute water, such as a septic drain tank at the outlet of a typical septic drain sewage treatment system. French drains are also used behind retaining walls to relieve ground water pressure.