Getting a new irrigation system in Dripping Springs can be tough
There are a lot of options to choose from but Best of Texas Irrigation will help make it easier on you with an absolutely free, no strings attached quote. Here are a few things to keep in mind while you’re planning your new or revamped irrigation system.
Planning, planning and more planning. In order to get the most of your new irrigation system in Dripping Springs and the other surrounding areas, you need to plan for a lot of things. Plant and tree placement, grading of your property, local weather and more all play a factor in getting your new irrigation system installed. Swapping out parts like sprinkler heads, controllers or valves aren’t a big deal, but digging up your lines because of poor design can really cause problems down the road. We will apply all of our years and years of experience to help design your new irrigation system that will end up saving you time, effort and money by helping to lower those water bills!
The old adage “You get what you pay for” applies to irrigation system parts as with most other things in life. However, we have chosen to only work with the companies that we feel manufacture the highest quality parts for our customers while doing so at a reasonable price. With well known brands like Hunter & Rainbird we can provide our local customers with a high quality irrigation system in Dripping Springs that won’t require a second mortgage on the house.
Since 90% of the irrigation system is underground it’s hard to tell the difference between a good installation and a bad one. Most people think because they see the sprinklers work and there are no leaks, the installation was done right. But even without leaks or obvious issues, a poorly installed system will require frequent repair and expense. There are important steps that should be taken to ensure a successful installation. We recommend leaving 6″ between fittings, using the horseshoe technique for valve installation, and using proper burial wires for peak reliability and minimal cost of ownership.