A beautiful yard begins with a well-functioning irrigation system. Without a proper irrigation program, achieving top performance for your landscape can be difficult and costly–particularly if you’ve got to remove and replace dead or dying trees, shrubs, or even turf with the knowledge that it could have been prevented with the proper irrigation system.
We’re always mindful of conservation when it comes to your landscape and your money, so we’ll tap into every available resource to make sure your irrigation system is performing at its best. We’ll also take advantage of the natural assets offered by your landscape, utilizing mulch and other techniques, so your irrigation system doesn’t have to work as hard, conserving water, energy, the components (connectors, sprinkler heads and nozzles, sensors, valves, pumps, etc.) of your irrigation system and ultimately, your landscaping budget.
Water is a necessity for a healthy yard, but too much is never a good thing, and will damage plants and sod. Improper drainage can drown sod and plants, as well as over time do significant damage to your home. Over 85% of home repair expenses start with water damage; most from poor drainage systems, misguided irrigation systems, and poorly designed run off.
Here are some common issues associated with poor drainage:
- Damage to concrete and asphalt
- Foundation and structural damage
- Overflowing gutters
- Basement water stains
- Building material deterioration
- Mold growth and wood rot
- Insect and rodent infestations–spiders, reptiles etc.
We can determine what solution works best for your yard, whether it is correcting the grade of the lawn, to installing a French Drain, or creating a “Dry Creek Bed” solution to divert standing water around your home to an area that needs more water.