Irrigation drainage Arlington Texas

Backflow Prevention

In Texas, every home with an irrigation system is required to have a backflow prevention assembly (BPA) to eliminate the risk of contaminating the water supply.  BPAs are commonly referred to as a double check valve, or double check assembly (DCA). Double Check Valves The double check valve acts as a barrier between your irrigation and the City water source. The void space …

Kristina GautreauxBackflow Prevention
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Gaps in the Soil by Driveway – The Mystery is Solved

Gaps in the Soil Do you notice voids or gaps in the soil near your concrete driveway or sidewalk? Does the soil along the perimeter of your home pull away from the slab foundation? Do you see cracks in or around your home? You aren’t alone. Many North Texans are perplexed by the presence of voids and gaps beneath sidewalks, …

Kristina GautreauxGaps in the Soil by Driveway – The Mystery is Solved
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Cycle and Soak Method – Irrigation

Cycle and Soak Method – Efficient Watering Techniques from Lee Engineering What is the Cycle and Soak Method?   The goal of the cycle and soak method is to maximize the percentage of water that effectively absorbs into the soil each time your sprinkler system runs. In areas of North Texas with clay soil, the soak and cycle method is ESSENTIAL …

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6 Reasons Why Drip Irrigation Pays For Itself

Farmers have been using drip watering systems, also known as trickle irrigation or micro-irrigation, for harvesting crops since the late 1800’s. Today drip systems are commonly used to offset the challenges of problematic soil by providing precise and efficient irrigation. If you own a home in Texas, proper foundation preservation through well-designed irrigation is essential to protecting your investment. In north Texas, …

Zane Woodson6 Reasons Why Drip Irrigation Pays For Itself