Our automatic irrigation systems beautifies your property, saves time and conserves water. Our system will deliver just the right amount of water when and where your lawn needs it.

Water is delivered to your entire landscape through a network of underground pipes. These pipes bring water to a group of sprinklers, which are strategically arranged in zones. The zones are designed according to your landscape and the watering requirements of each area.


There are three main components to an irrigation system:


Sprinklers direct and deliver water to your lawn and plants.


Valves serve as automatic faucets to release water through the underground pipes to the sprinklers. There are multiple valves for the various zones of sprinklers.


Controllers are "brain" of the system, programmed to automatically turns the valves on and off, set to schedule when and for how long each zone is watered.

The controller is preset to open the individual valves at the desired times and for desired length of time, dependent upon the need of your landscape. When the controller turns on a valve, the valve then releases the flow of water to a zone of sprinklers. After the pre-designed watering time, the valve shuts iff. the process the repeats itself until each zone has been watered.

Each controller is equipped with a rain sensor, which will override the controller program and prevent the system from turning on during or after rain.