Sprinkler System Installation
Full Service Sprinkler System Installation
If you want a beautiful green lawn that your neighbors will admire, you know that it requires constant and precise watering. And who has the time to drag hoses and sprinklers around and remember to turn them on and off? An automatic lawn sprinkler system is the only way to consistently take care of your yard. Let us install them for you!
If you are looking for sprinkler system installation in Lexington S.C., you've found a great resource! We can help you with planning and execution of a new sprinkler system for your new or existing home or business. We can hook your system up to your city water or pipe the water up from the lake, saving you an expensive water bill.
We work with all types of irrigation systems including Rainbird, Toro, Hunter, Nelson and Orbit sprinklers. We are a fully licensed and insured sprinkler system installation company with over a decade of experience. Our expert irrigation installation technicians have been trained on the latest technology and lawn sprinkler equipment available today.
Here's a breakdown of the irrigation installation process:
- A walkover of the property is scheduled and a rough estimate and plan of action is established
- An emailed estimate is sent to the customer
- If accepted, the project date is then set
- PUPS is called to mark off the property, making sure to outline any buried cables, water mains, or gas pipes
- The trenches are made, allowing for burial of the pipes, valves, valve boxes and sprinkler heads
- The pipes are laid in the ground, glued, connected. The valves are installed in-ground, backflow is installed and tapped into the water main, and the sprinkler heads are installed in-ground.
- Sprinkler patterns are set roughly
- The system is pressurized, checking for leaks
- Each zone is individually tested and pressurized
- The wiring is completed, control panel installed, and timer is custom set
- After a final testing stage of all aspects of the newly installed sprinkler system, the trenches* are filled in and tamped down.
*Trenches where new sod is being installed won't really be seen at all as you are laying new sod on top of the freshly tilled area. On established sod areas, however, there would be a mark left where sod was disturbed by the trenching, but this would fill in in one growing season or less with proper fertilization.