Sprinkler Repairs

We take pride in our reputation as the most knowledgeable, professional and friendly irrigation, drainage, and outdoor landscape lighting service company in the area.

We provide various irrigation services. They range from lawn irrigation, sprinklers, drain, drainage, pumps, connecting gutter downspouts to drainage systems.

Repair and replace anything – such as all surface drains, heads, rotors, valves, nozzles, controllers, clocks, freeze sensor, leaks, spray and broken PVC pipe.



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Improved Efficiency - Public And Private (Rare story: A public agency and private company work together to improve efficiency for themselves AND their customers.) Background:   Since the State-wide change in...
Aerobic Septic System? Why do so many customers end up dissatisfied with their septic systems?  We feel it starts with nobody asking or even considering the owner's opinion before...
Pumping Frequencies The table below provides an estimate of pumping frequency in years, based on the size of the first tank in gallons, and the number of...
  • Septic Filter Media filters (sand filters, gravel filters, etc.) are not maintenance free. Tank maintenance and septic filter and system...
  • Septic Tank All septic systems consist of two parts: the septic tank and the soil absorption system. Septic tanks with...
  • Installing Septics There two basic types of septic systems: a conventional system that consists of a tank with a drain...
  • Septic Pumping Services If you are considering the purchase of a home, you may not know the size of the tank,...
  • Septic New Install Let's pursue some of the technical issues with the “new” OSSFs. How do you design for peak flows?...