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
Do you need irrigation system repair or installation? Contact us to set up an appointment for a quote.
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!
December 18, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
Consistently warm weather in Texas makes it easy for homeowners to lay down sod anytime of year. But because Austin is in the middle of one of its worst dry spells ever, you’ll need to take extra precautions to ensure your turf grass is as drought resistant as possible. 1. Mow carefully and often Turf grass resists drought best when mowed to a height of 2 ½ to 3 inches. That’s because grass leaves keep the soil cool. And when the soil is cool, it provides more drought tolerance to turf grass root systems. 2. Don’t overdo the nitrogen Spread only the minimum required nitrogen. Anything … Read More...
December 11, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
The sprinkler you have come to depend on to keep your landscape healthy suddenly stops working. What happened? And what can you do about it? More than likely, the valve that allows for the water to come out is no longer working. This is probably because the solenoid that changes the water pressure inside the […]
December 4, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
2011 has been a year of fires and record-setting drought all over Texas. Currently, 70% of the state is experiencing what climatologists are calling exceptionally dry conditions: this has meant hardship for ranchers and farmers and water restrictions for many Texas cities and counties. It’s now become imperative for Texans to watch how much water […]
November 30, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
Many flowers go dormant during an Austin winter. But the bare winter canvas can provide the backdrop to beautiful plants and flowers that can tolerate the cold as well as to outdoor accessories that can add yet another layer of color to the landscape. 1. Winter plants Stunning perennials like hellebore instantly brighten up a […]
November 27, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
You’ve just planted some new trees to enhance your landscape. In order for them to reach their fullest and most beautiful potential, you’ll need to be very careful about how you water them. The roots of your trees likely came in the form of a soil ball. Until the trees are able to establish regular […]
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 […]
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 […]