Irrigation installation is more than digging holes.
Implementing an irrigation design takes knowledge of plumbing, wiring, and trenching. Anyone can do those things. The key to installing a great irrigation system is making it work effectively while being almost invisible when not in action. A well installed irrigation system has:
- Little to zero negative impact on existing plants and landscaping
- Avoids potential damage causing factors such as
- Excessive traffic
- Future landscaping or other changes
- Regular gardening
- Seasonal changes
- A well placed control panel for ease of use, yet out of the way
The Irrigation Installation Process
Once you approve our irrigation design, JT Landscaping irrigation installers will get to work. Every effort will be made to avoid imposing upon your day as we install your new irrigation system. While JT Landscaping is on-site you will see:
- Piping installed using a trencher.
- Each zone box will be installed to house the valves for particular runs.
- Sprinkler heads will be installed to the proper depth to prevent mower damage.
- Once all piping, valve boxes, and heads are installed, the compaction of dirt is completed.
- Mulch is returned to bed areas where trenching occurred.
- Top soil and seed are installed in the lawn areas that were minimally disturbed.
Typically, in only two weeks after an installation, there are no visible signs that any irrigation work was ever done. Aside from the excellent results, of course.
Your lawn is green and thriving. Your bed plants and flowers will be lush with color.