Rotor Sprinklers

This is the type of sprinkler that sits flush with the surrounding grass line. It is a rugged mid-range gear-drive rotor, which is extremely durable, reliable, and conveniently designed. The top of the rotor features a built in unit for arc adjustment. This rotor is capable of reversing full-and part-circle operation (up to 360 degrees). Also, the water distribution can be controlled, either delivering a large amount of water or a small volume of water.

PopUp Head Sprinklers

The superior components and features for this popup head make them the industry’s leading series of spray heads for turf and shrub applications. These popups are used to get water to those hard to reach places throughout your lawn (i.e. the devil strip along your sidewalk, or along the side of your house). By installing different types of Rainbird nozzles, we can adjust these heads to spray in a variety of different angles and distributions.


Sprayheads (also known as MisterTips) are used for landscaping beds, flowers, scrubs, and small trees. As you can tell from the picture, these heads produce a low volume of water and cover a small area, but can be very versatile in terms of placement and coverage. The spray zone can be adjusted from 90-180-360 degrees.

The valves we use are key to the irrigation process, acting as the floodgate between your water source and your sprinkler system. Valves are opened and closed by the electrical voltage regulated by your controller. The advantages and application uses for these controllers is endless. Four independent timing watering cycles, testing manipulation programs, event off days, and individual station timing options are just a few of the advantages you will get with these Rainbird Controllers. Also, these controllers handle 6, 8, 12, 16, 20, and even 24 irrigation stations to handle the smallest to the largest sprinkler system.


The irrigation mainline is warranted for 25 years. It also has the highest safety rating for piping from the National Safety Foundation. Many irrigation companies use NON-NSF poly because of the cost. NON-NSF poly is recycled poly, highly capable of cracking and splitting under weathered conditions.

Landscape Drip Irrigation is not a topic that can be easily explained. The central focus behind drip irrigation is to conserve water usage and eliminate runoff, excessive moisture, windrift, or evaporation. Water usage can be reduced by 50-70 percent by eliminating these elements. First, we hide and bury irrigation tubing throughout your mulch and plant beds. Next, we install emission devices into the main "drip" line. These devices regulate the amount of water distributed to your shrubs, flowers, or even newly planted trees. Finally, off of these devices, we run very thin irrigation tubing to the roots of your plants and shrubs. This is where the "drip" comes into play. By the emission devices regulating the water usage, you can save water, eliminate all of the water wasting elements, and irrigate your plants with precision. When the process is complete, your shrubs and plants will be watered correctly, and you will not even see any irrigation devices or water. 

Imagine that during next summer you go on a vacation to Florida and you program your controller to run normally, everyday for 20 minutes per watering station. What if, when you are gone, it rains everyday. You've just wasted a full weeks worth of water for you irrigation system. The rain sensor solves these problems. When the rain sensor fills up with an adjustable amount of rain water (adjustable from 1/8" to 3/4"), it automatically trips the controller and turns off your irrigation system until the rain sensor dries out. Perfect for any irrigation home owner who wishes to conserve water usage. We use these rain sensors on 80% of irrigation installation.