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!
March 27, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
You water, mulch and fertilize your garden regularly. But somehow, one or two of your trees die every year and you can never figure out why. Is it you? The environment? Something else? Here are five common reasons why Austinites lose trees: 1. The weather and soil If your trees are not native or adapted to Central Texas, they will likely not survive the long, hot summers, the occasional cold winter and the alkaline soil. As a result, they will also be much more prone to insect infestations, diseases and/or leaf-drop. 2. Transportation/planting damage Young trees are especially … Read More...
March 24, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Installing underground sprinklers is one of the best things you can do. Not only does this irrigation method simplify the watering process, it also provides even and consistent amounts of water to your plants that can enhance the overall attractiveness of your lawn or yard. This helps in drought conditions such as we have in […]
March 20, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
You’ve turned off your sprinklers and notice that water is flowing onto the sidewalk or curb but then stops after a few minutes. Clearly, there’s a problem and one that’s compounded by the fact that you have to deal with water usage restrictions as well. What is going on? And how do you do deal […]
March 13, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Bermuda grass is popular in Austin because it’s low maintenance. It’s also easy to care for and looks good even during the summer and times of drought. Types Bermuda grass is usually divided into two categories: common and hybrid. The common variety is grown from seed and used for erosion control, agriculture and some residential […]
March 11, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Get ready, Austinites – spring is almost here! If you’re looking for new landscaping ideas for the new season, consider adding a raised bed to your garden. Not only can it improve soil fertility and drainage. It can also help you grow larger, healthier plants. Step 1: Find a level area in your garden Once […]
March 6, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Part of what makes any landscape more beautiful are flowers. Unfortunately, many flower varieties are too fragile to withstand the kind of drought conditions that are currently a fact of life here in Austin and across much of the United States. But it’s still possible to add color to your landscape, especially if you choose […]
February 27, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
If you’re like most Austinites, you’ve probably been keeping use of your irrigation system at a minimum during the winter. But with spring less than a month away, you’ll need to run a check on your system to make sure that it’s is ready to handle the increased demands drier weather will make on it. […]