Sugar Land Irrigation and Sprinkler
Making sure your lawn, flowerbeds, and shrubbery are properly irrigated is exactly what we do at Sugar Land Irrigation Pros. We are a proud local company dedicated to keeping your lawn looking picture perfect! We take pride in doing our part to keep Fort Bend county beautiful, one perfect lawn at a time.
Your #1 go-to irrigation experts in Fort Bend county!
High Quality Services We Provide
Irrigation Design and Installation
Whether you are a home owner, business owner, or builder, we will provide you with the best solution for your property at affordable rates. We install sprinkler systems in a prompt and efficient manner using the latest technology, which minimizes damage done to your lawn and flowerbeds. Our licensed installation specialists will come out to your property and do an extensive analysis of your land and its perimeter, as well as all the types of plants on your property. Find out more about our design and installation services!
Hydro-zones are one of the most important parts of designing an efficient and effective irrigation system. Zoning allows your system to target water distribution with precision. This ensures that “Zone A” will receive X amount of water, while “Zone B” receives Y amount of water. Landscaping experts know that the amount of water a flowerbed requires is different than a large stretch of grass. Zoning allow us to distribute water according to need, while preventing serious issues like over-watering or under-watering, which could kill your plants. Programming your hydro-zones properly will further promote water conservation and cost savings. We take all of these factors into consideration when designing your irrigation system.
Although a properly designed and installed irrigation system should last decades, wear and tear due to daily use, weather, and sometimes accidents, could cause costly damage to your equipment. If left unattended, a quick and simple sprinkler repair could turn into a much bigger, expensive problem to fix. We can fix any issue your sprinkler system is experiencing. Whether it’s a simple broken head or a deep, underground leak on your property, we have the experience and know-how to address any potential problem with your equipment.
Regular maintenance can help save money over time, which is why we highly recommend signing up for one of our maintenance programs. We offer seasonal and monthly programs to help fit the needs of all of our clients. Before turning your sprinkler system back on in the spring, it’s important you get a spring tune-up to check for any damage that may have occurred in the winter months. This is also important to prepare the equipment for the searing summer months ahead. We offer Spring tune-ups as well as winterization services in the fall. Find out more about how you can prepare for seasonal changes and protect your investment!
What is it? Put simply, drip irrigation is a method of controlled irrigation in which water is slowly delivered directly to the plant’s root system, in the right amounts and at the right time, so that each plant gets exactly what it needs. It is a highly efficient water and nutrient delivery system for watering plants or growing crops on a residential, commercial, or agricultural scale. More and more, we are seeing that our clients are asking about drip irrigation in place of standard sprinkler systems. If properly installed and maintained, drip irrigation systems have the potential to save lots of water, while maintaining your lawn in optimal condition. Find out more about the different types of drip irrigation, and how our experts can design a system that works for your garden.
Things to Consider About Your Irrigation Sprinkler System
Should I get my system's backflow prevention device tested? What is Backflow?
Backflow is the reversal of regular water flow caused by an abrupt change of water pressure. Backflow can create serious health risks if contaminants like fertilizers, pesticides, and waste get into the public water supply.
One simple example of a backflow hazard is your home’s irrigation system. If a home owner uses pesticides and fertilizers and water pools around one of the nozzles. During a momentary loss of pressure, pesticides and fertilizer could be sucked back down those lines and be introduced into other people’s drinking water.
To prevent backflow, a mechanical backflow prevention device must be installed in all locations where backflow may occur. Proper testing of these devices should be performed on a yearly basis in order to ensure they are working. We specialize in testing all code-approved backflow prevention devices on your property. Contact us to schedule a backflow test!
How can I protect my lawn in the winter?
As the temperature begins to drop, it’s important your irrigation system is properly protected. When the weather starts reaching freezing temperatures, it will become vulnerable to frozen pipes and other parts, which can really do damage. You may want to consider winterization in order to prevent any of these problems from occurring.
It’s a good idea to properly winterize your irrigation system before the first hard freeze of the year. Your lines must be drained or blown out by using an air compressor before the first hard freeze. A hard freeze is when outdoor temperatures drop to 0 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Although we don’t typically experience these extreme temperatures in Southeast Texas, the weather can be very unpredictable from one week to the next. It’s important to pay attention to the weather newscasts to foresee any cold fronts or storms.
Our seasonal maintenance programs include winterization services in the fall, in order to protect your equipment throughout the winter. We can also provide winterization as a stand-alone service if you do not wish to take advantage of our monthly programs.