Frequently irrigation design is intended to prevent the newly installed plant material from dying during the guarantee period. Most irrigation systems are static, they lack flexibility of control. Even if designers were designing and specifying the latest in available technology the part that’s missing is horticultural knowledge and experience.Learn more about our designs
Landscape irrigation systems are designed and installed to promote plant establishment. They are imperative to the success of new plantings. However, plant water requirements change drastically during a landscapes lifetime and even, from day to day. Internet technology allows us to communicate electronically to people all over the world, we can now use that same technology to let our irrigation systems speak to us. With this communication technology comes the ability to control systems remotely. It allows us to regulate water application from any internet connected device. We can adjust for wind, rain and sunlight at the swipe of a finger or a click of a mouse. Allowing us to fine-tune the amount of water for all stages of a garden’s lifecycle and vagaries of New England weather.
When your goal is to provide premier sports turf you don’t have time to guess if your irrigation is working. Throw in multiple teams using the same field, multiple fields in different parts of town or campus, variable weather, and an ever increasing focus on player safety and your irrigation system becomes even more important.
Then there's financial and environmental concerns.
It is the first thing people notice about your property. If you could isolate your landscape irrigation water costs you’d find that it is the largest user of water in the building. It is also extremely inefficient and often its inefficiencies are very visible to property owners and tenants
It means if you’re looking to design or plant a garden, you should talk to us before you plant.