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!
November 20, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
A residential sprinkler control unit can be a busy homeowner’s best friend . . . until something goes wrong. Then it can become a frustrating nightmare. Following are four of the most common problems you’ll encounter and simple ways to fix them. 1. The blank display More than likely, your unit has experienced some kind of electrical service disruption that has caused it to go offline. Locate the reset button on the controller. This is usually a small inverted button that you can only access with a thin “tool” like the end of a paper clip. Insert your “tool” into the reset slot … Read More...
November 16, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
Dogwood blossoms are one of the first signs of spring in Texas. But many homeowners plant them because they offer multi-season interest. In the fall, the leaves turn colors and in the winter, their delicate branching pattern adds shape to a landscape. The best time to plant dogwoods in Austin is actually now: early-mid November […]
November 13, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
According to a recent article in Bionews-TX.com, Texans could soon be using graywater – the “soapy” water that has been run through a washing machine or used in bathtub, bathroom sink shower – to keep up their home landscapes. Current estimates suggest that the average household uses 50 to 60% of its total freshwater consumption […]
November 6, 2014 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 […]
October 30, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
Following last week’s controller photo, here is the installation we did on a drip system. There wasn’t an automated system at the garden when we started. We tied into the existing system and added a controller just for the garden plus three drip stations. The system is on a well, so cost on water can’t […]
October 23, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
Have you noticed flooding in your lawn or garden? If you find your landscaping is constantly saturated with water, chances are you have a drainage issue. You may be tempted to put it off, but by addressing the problem immediately, you can avoid expensive repairs to your property. Aerate flooded areas Take a manual aerator, […]
October 22, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
The heavy rains that fell on Austin last September offered welcomed relief from the heat of summer. They did nothing, though, to end the current drought. Still, there’s reason to hope. The precipitation, which brought up to 6 inches of rain to some parts of Austin, did cause a small spike in the groundwater levels […]