Houston Sprinklers and Drainage Systems has been Houston’s leader in underground sprinkler systems for the residential, commercial and playing field industries for the last 15 years. We are passionate about sprinklers, and as one of the most reliable sprinkler companies in Houston, we take pride in our increasing clientele as proof that our customers come first. We are dedicated to providing you with a quality sprinkler system with excellent customer service.
Irrigation is our specialty, and as one of the irrigation companies in Houston, we take pride in our increasing clientele as proof that our customers come first. We are dedicated to providing you with a quality irrigation system with excellent customer service.
From a small garden bed sprinkler system to a large commercial project, we will custom design and install a sprinkler system best suited to your needs and budget. We specialize in both city and river irrigation systems with professionally designed layouts to provide efficient coverage to your landscape. We offer:
A healthy and lush lawn is the desire of many homeowners in Houston. To keep a lawn looking great requires a good lawn sprinkler system. You have options for a sprinkler system that will allow you to choose the which one is best for you and your lawns needs.
Lets talk about the initial considerations you should think about.
To begin before selecting a lawn sprinkler system what you need to know is that your lawn has different needs in different areas. What could work for your front lawn may not work for the back yard. If you have shaded areas they won't need the water that sunny spots do. This is an important considerations that you have to keep is mind when choosing a lawn sprinkler. Then, how small or big is your lawn area will determine the design and amount of heads that you'll need for that specific design.
About the types of Lawn Sprinklers here are is an overview of the different types of lawn sprinklers you have the option to choose and their characteristics.
Rotor Head Sprinkler
So what's your choice?
Well, you know how it is the weather in Houston. Kind of crazy! Choose your lawn sprinkler system based upon your needs. Meaning that you'll choose the one that will provide you with the type of coverage and amount of coverage that your lawn need. Always making sure that the sprinkler system that you have in mind will work for what your lawn need. Do your research or ask a professional before you decide.
If you want to save time and money and go with the most efficient way we recommend a system with a timer.
Installing a lawn sprinkler system is something that probably you can do on your own if you have the tools and if you are that kind of handy person. If not, it is better to call a professional to install it for you. Again, your choice should be based on your abilities and the complexity of the work you need. Be aware that having a professional fixing your mistakes could be more costly than just having them installed in the first place... Just saying, we have seen it!
Maintaining your lawn in Houston's weather conditions is not that hard but you'll need the right design and installation to keep your lawn healthy and lush.
As you know with a sprinkler system, you can plan your watering schedule to ensure that a lush green grass grows all year long. A great irrigation system keeps your lawn looking fresh, even when the weather isn't the most favorable.
You are thinking or you've decided that it's time to have a lawn irrigation system installed. Probably you've recently built or bought a new house, or you have just had enough of monitoring the watering of your backyard lawn and front garden. Dragging the sprinklers and hoses around every so often is already too much. There are so many other more enjoyable things you would rather be doing with your time. You are thinking, If you had a lawn sprinkler system, it would not only be easier to have a great looking lawn, but you would be adding the value that your home deserve as well.
Let's say that you like the idea to take the Do It Yourself route, you may be thinking about doing the job yourself. You could definitely save some money. You might even get a lot of satisfaction from a job well done, if you do everything the right way. The installation of a lawn sprinkler system can be, and has been successfully done, by home owners.
In spite of that, for every properly installed owner built system, there is probably another that has had disappointing results. If you are the serious man or woman that believe - I can do anything concerning my home installation and maintenance - and you are willing to do the research and planning required for the project, then good go for it. If you are not in a hurry and have more time than the weekends again go for it. But if your lawn is bigger than your living room and dining room, you should plan on working all day, every day for several weekends.
If you are the type of person who likes to do everything without professional help this is how it goes... you have to make a layout as to where you will put your lawn sprinkler system. Then, dig trenches, make sure they are level, and place your PVC pipes in the trenches. Join the pipes using cement so that they are strong enough and that they would not leak. When you are finished with the hardest part, begin installing the sprinkler heads on tees. Then tap into the water supply line, install a shutoff valve and a stop-and-waste valve, and test the system if it works.
If that sounds like a little too much then installing a lawn sprinkler system might be one project better left to the professionals. But even if you have no interest in home maintenance projects, there is something you should do in preparation for the installation.
You should plan where you will have trees, bushes and plants if your landscaping has not been done yet. Some types of plants need a lot of water, while others cannot tolerate too much. Your planning should place the vegetation needing similar amounts of irrigation together. The concept is well known as hydro-zoning. Your lawn sprinkler and irrigation system will be separated into zones that will operate at different times and deliver different amounts of water. Hydro-zoning reduces the chance that some plants will get too much water, while others get too little. You should create a rough sketch of the different planned or existing vegetation areas and discuss them with your installer.
Having someone do it for you makes the job faster than you trying to do it by yourself. The yard will not be a mess for a long period, the lawn sprinkler will be put to test immediately, and your yard will start to get greener sooner.
Installing a lawn sprinkler system will let you spend more time enjoying your yard, rather than time maintaining it. Your yard will be better looking with controlled irrigation, and will have more curb appeal. Professional maintenance service providers also know where to plot out individual sprinklers in the system and where they will be most effective. This all translates into more home value and more time for you to enjoy with your loved ones.
We provide residential and commercial customers with all their irrigation design, installation, and maintenance needs. we can supply water-efficient systems that will save you money and monthly maintenance service that will give you worry-free operation for years to come.
If you are looking for a reliable and experienced company to install or repair your irrigation system, look no further; HoustonSprinklersAndDrainageSystems is your one-stop place for all your lawn irrigation needs. Call us Today @ (281)817-4477
Make sure you and your landscaper have a clear understanding of how your property will be graded to direct storm runoff away from your property. You should be aware that grading of your property should be the first step prior to any landscape items being installed.
We have been on countless drainage remediation projects, consultations and Landscape renovations. What often times happens is that usually the home builder blame the landscape or pool builder and the landscape or the pool contractor is blaming the home builder for the drainage problems.
Unfortunately, many times the homeowner is the one left footing the bill of often several thousand dollars because the builder or landscaper or pool company have gone out of business and are nowhere to be found or the warranty has expired.
Certainly is a fact that it is usually a combination of all of the contractors involved that contribute to drainage problems.
You as the homeowner should be vigilant in making sure that during every step of the building process that all contractors are paying attention to grading, drainage and erosion control.
Your backyard landscaping is going to have to be about many different things but the most important one of these if your well being. Most people get into backyard landscaping because they want to change the look and feel of their home, they want to make it a wonderful place where their family can feel safe and comfortable at all times. Backyard landscaping is a great way to add some more peace to your life whether you are alone or you have a large family and tons of kids. You will be able to create a sanctuary with your backyard landscaping that you have never had before in your life.
Backyard landscaping does not have to be drastic or hard. You can do your own backyard landscaping or you can hire a contractor to do it all for you. The choice is yours but doing it yourself can be a lot of work, especially if you do not have any experience in this type of thing. There are all kinds of things that you will need to learn about before you start doing your own backyard landscaping. You will have to take a crash course in landscaping and this course will be jammed packed with all kinds of info that you never even knew was out there. You may be able to save some money on the work if you do your won backyard landscaping but if you screw things up too badly you may end up paying even more to get everything fixed.
If you want to get some backyard landscaping done you should only do it yourself if it is going to be a simple and straightforward job. If you need irrigation things dealt with and planes and elevations leave it to the professionals that do it for a living. These things may be over your head entirely. You need to watch out how you go about your backyard landscaping or you could end up with quite a mess on your hands.
There are a couple of great places for you to learn some more about backyard landscaping such as the local public library and the internet. You can get many backyard landscaping books out of the library and these will help you to make the best decisions as to your landscaping needs. You can also get many do it yourself tips online. But if you just are looking for help with your project you can call us anytime at ☎ (281) 817-4477 We Can Help You.
If you live in Houston probably you have to deal with Patio drainage problems. Improper drainage can ruin not only a nice summer day for relaxing or barbecuing, but can lead to severe water damage on your patio if not dealt with. It is important to be able to identify causes of poor water drainage and troubleshoot them. Here are some basic problems along with a few ideas for solutions
Patio Drainage, Sprinkler System Installation, Landscaping... and more
We offer effective solutions to address your drainage needs for your home or commercial sites. Proper drainage eliminates issues caused by rushing or standing water, reduces structure damage by directing water away from the foundation of your structure.
A good irrigation system helps keep your landscape healthy without the hassle of sprinklers and hoses. At the same time, it conserves water, and it can even save you money.
We are licencee and certified installers. That means you can count on us to design and install site-specific, easy-to-operate irrigation systems that use the latest water-saving technology.
We also redesign existing systems for maximum water conservation and lower water bills.
There is a lot more we can do for you... Call Us Today @ (281) 817 - 4477
If you're thinking about starting a garden, the first thing you need to consider is what type of garden you will have. There are many different choices and often it can be hard to pick just one, but hopefully you can narrow it down. But by narrowing it down, you'll make the gardening experience easier on yourself and the plants. If all your plants are similar, then it shouldn't be very hard to care for them all. So here are some of the main garden ideas for you to choose from.
If you're just looking for something to look nice in your yard, you'll
want a flower garden. These are usually filled with perennial flower.
Perennial flowers are flowers which stay healthy year-round. They're
basically weeds because of their hardiness, only nice looking. Different
areas and climates have different flowers which are considered perennials.
If you do a quick internet search for your area, you can probably find a
list of flowers that will bring your flower garden to life. These usually
only require work in the planting stage - after that, the flower take care
of themselves. The only downside to this is that you don't have any
product to show for it.
Another choice for your garden is to have a vegetable garden. These
usually require a little more work and research than a flower garden, but
can be much more rewarding. No matter what time of the year it is, you can
usually find one vegetable that is still prospering. That way you can have
your garden be giving you produce almost every day of the year! When
starting a vegetable garden, you should build it with the thought in mind
that you will be adding more types of veggies in later. This will help
your expandability. Once all your current crops are out of season, you
won't be stuck with almost nowhere to put the new crops. A vegetable
garden is ideal for someone who wants some produce, but doesn't want to
devote every waking hour to perfecting their garden (see below.)
One of the more difficult types of gardens to manage is a fruit garden.
It's definitely the most high-maintenance. When growing fruits, many more
pests will be attracted due to the sweetness. You not only have to deal
with having just the right dirt and fertilizer, you have to deal with
choosing a pesticide that won't kill whoever eats the fruits. Your fruit
garden will probably not produce year-round. The soil needs to be just
right for the plants to grow, and putting in another crop during its
off-season could be disastrous to its growth process. If you're willing to
put lots of work into maintaining a garden, then a fruit garden could be a
good choice for you.
So now that I've outlined some of the main garden types that people
choose, I hope you can make a good decision. Basically, the garden type
comes down to what kind of product you want, and how much work you want to
put into it. If you're looking for no product with no work, go with a
flower garden. If you want lots of delicious product, but you are willing
to spend hours in your garden each day, then go for a fruit garden. Just
make sure you don't get into something you can't handle!