South Austin Irrigation has serviced and repaired lawn sprinkler systems for several residential and commercial properties throughout the Greater Austin Area. Contact us at (512) 534-7449 to repair or
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We provide dozens of irrigation services all over the Austin area.
Summer is coming. Your irrigation system needs to be in tip top shape to save water and cut costs. South Austin Irrigation can help with an inspection of your irrigation system. For more information on how we can help you, fill out the form below
South Austin Irrigation, LLC specializes in irrigation and sprinkler repair, including system restorations, alterations to existing systems, field wiring problems, valve replacements and backflow replacement and installation.
Our company can correct and repair any outdoor drainage problem you may be experiencing. Contact us for an estimate and we will quickly diagnose the problem with your system, suggest the right solution, custom design your drainage system and then professionally install the right products to suit your budget and your needs. We provide all types of irrigation services. This includes: lawn and landscape irrigation, sprinklers, drainage, spray heads, rotors, valves, nozzles, controllers, rain and freeze sensors, leaks, broken PVC, double check valves.
Customer satisfaction is our number one priority.
Don't let broken lines or damaged parts problems go unchecked or cause even greater damages to your home. Protect your home and your investment call us today at (512) 534-7449!
February 20, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
One of the great pleasures of autumn is watching tree leaves turn different shades of yellow, orange and red. But here in Austin, the changes in color are less dramatic than they are in more northerly climates. That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the best show of the season. Texas has several native trees that do color highly during this time of year. With a little planning, you can create a vivid autumn spectacle for your landscape. 1. Bigtooth Maple This tree, which sometimes looks more like a shrub, matures at 15 feet or taller on good soils. During the fall, the leaves turn a … Read More...
February 16, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
New year 2015 has gotten off to a promisingly wet start. Better yet, 2014 was one of the rainiest years Austin has seen in several years. But a recent report in the Austin Statesman suggests that residents mingle optimism with caution. Though the city has received higher-than-average rainfall since the start of last year, the […]
February 13, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Do your landscaping plans include a vegetable garden? Then December, January and February are great times to plant Austin. That’s because you don’t have to deal with high temperatures or insects, both of which can decrease production yield. The first thing to remember is that while Austin is a warm-weather city, it’s still subject to […]
February 6, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Good yard drainage is crucial to the health of your yard. That’s because most plants need well-draining soil so that fungal and bacterial diseases don’t infect their roots. Heavily compacted soil or soil that has a poor balance of solid material and pore space will not allow for the drainage your plants need to thrive. […]
January 30, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Too many people–even some industry professionals–believe that using progressively smaller pipe sizes in a lawn sprinkler system will help keep the water pressure high. The argument goes something like this: if water moves through the pipes and past the sprinklers, the pipe should get smaller in order to squeeze the water so that the pressure […]
January 28, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Historically, irrigation methods accompanied the development of agriculture. As nomadic people settled into more rooted communities, they found that plants could be sown, cultivated and harvested seasonally. Fields grew in size when the farmers realized they could divert water from streams and rivers to irrigate their crops. The first attempts at irrigation occurred about 5,000 […]
January 23, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
You may be tempted to keep two valves on at the same time or run two irrigation valves simultaneously. And while it’s possible to do this, the risk of creating future problems or eventually damaging your irrigation system is high. Before you even think about running multiple irrigation valves, you need to make sure that […]