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.
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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 years ago. The earliest methods involved flood irrigation, in which farmers dug channels or furrows in fields and water flooded into them either by hand or with a bucket. In some cultures, irrigation was dependent … Read More...
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 […]
January 19, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
With Austin still facing watering restrictions, finding more efficient ways of keeping lawns and gardens green makes good economic and environmental sense. One of the best options is to install a drip irrigation system, which not only reduces water bills but also avoids wasted run-off. Step 1: Sketch out your garden On a piece of […]
January 16, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
Texas produces the most wind power of any state in the union. While this form of energy is as clean as it is green, the wind that produces it can wreak havoc on your irrigation system. Even the gentlest breeze will blow around droplets from most sprinklers causing an unnecessary waste of water. Because wind […]
January 9, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
If you own sprinklers that operate using gear-drive rotors, then you need to pay special attention to how you make adjustments. The rotor mechanism may seem simple and straightforward but even the slightest misalignments can wreak havoc with sprinkler spraying patterns and ultimately with what gets watered and what doesn’t. In a standard gear-drive rotor, […]
January 2, 2015 By Matt Sorenson
If you’re like most Austinites, you probably got caught in the round of powerful storms that hit the city last week. The downpour caused flooding and traffic problems; but chances are it also helped your lawn and garden, too. With a little luck, all that rain may also signal the beginning of the end of […]
December 26, 2014 By Matt Sorenson
If you’re planning to put in new sprinklers (or just want to modify an existing sprinkler system), you need to ask yourself this important logistics question: where will you put the sprinkler line in relation to any wooden fences or walls that may be nearby? After all, you want as much of the water that […]