Quality Workmanship You Can Afford
Your Reliable Rockwall Irrigation Contractors
For over a decade, we've been making it our priority to provide excellent sprinkler repair and installation in Rockwall, TX. Why? Because we figure that if we're going to make a living out of something, we better do it the best that we can. Our current clients will agree that we are worth every penny. We have a full team consisting of landscape designers, landscape estimators, construction crew members, and sprinkler repair technicians who are ready and willing to satisfy all of your irrigation needs.
Over a Decade of Top Star Service
What does it mean to provide top star service? It means finishing repairs and installations right the first time around. It means greeting every customer with a smile and warm atmosphere, even if you've had a bad day. It means ensuring that customer safety and satisfaction come first, always. Our Rockwall sprinkler installation team is fully licensed, insured, and trained to help you make the right decisions for your lawn.
Our Rockwall irrigation contractors are:
- Fully licensed, insured, and certified
- Knowledgeable and ready to help
- Friendly and approachable
How often should I have my sprinkler system serviced?
It really depends. At a minimum, we recommend having your sprinkler system serviced twice a year, once in the fall (before winter sets in) and once in the spring (before heavy summer use). If you suspect any issues with your sprinkler system, then get it serviced right away to prevent further damages.
How do I know if my sprinkler system has a leak?
There are some obvious signs of an irrigation line leak. If you have pools, puddles, or soggy areas in your lawn, you might have a sprinkler pipe leak. Pay attention to nozzles with impeded flow or lower pressure, dry spots in your lawn, and whether or not your water bill has skyrocketed. You can also check your water meter to see if it indicates any leaks.
Should I upgrade to high-efficiency sprinkler heads?
Why not? High efficiency sprinkler heads are a great way to conserve water while also ensuring an even distribution of water to your lawn and other greenery. We're a big fan of the Hunter MP Rotator head, which limits wasteful water runoff and delivers water deeply to the roots of your grass.
Should I get rid of my pop up heads and install a drip line instead?
Well, not necessarily. Pop up heads still have their place in your yard, such as for watering large areas of grass. A drip line is water-saving and cost effective, but it's best when used in flower beds or areas with row plants, trees, or shrubs. Drip lines are great because they water at the roots instead of on the leaves, where more harm is done than good.
When should I water my lawn?
It's best to water your lawn in the early morning, before the sun has caused hot temperatures. Try to water before 10am, or else water at night as the sun is going down. This lessens water evaporation, which causes you to use more water than needed. It's also better for your plants and grasses, since they won't get scorched by the sun's rays.