Best Drainage & Irrigation Service in Mountainbrook
No matter what type of landscaping you wish to do for your yard, correct drainage solutions and lawn irrigation systems are required. Most people, however, don’t want to have visible pipes crisscrossing their property and breaking up the overall aesthetic of their property. Mountainbrook Landscaping understands that when it comes to these vital systems, subtlety is key. We install several different types of these irrigation systems, as well as offering repairs to any systems you already have. Below are several examples of the hardware we can use to irrigate properly your landscape. Ask one of our professional landscaping service providers which system may work best for your situation at your free consultation.
Drainage Repair and Rerouting
Under our irrigation service, we also can repair and completely fix your preexisting drainage network, so your systems are working at their best. Have you noticed leaks in your piping or sun damage on your irrigation tubing that makes it lose its flexibility? Call us for your free
consultation so we can inspect and determine how you can get the most out of your systems.
Types of Irrigation and Drainage Systems Offered
Generally speaking, most of the time the kind of irrigation system comes down to what kind of features and natural landscape we will be dealing with on your property. However, on many projects customers can customize the type of drainage system they prefer. For a better idea of what each of these systems requires, the example list below can help give you the opportunity to make the best-informed decision for your needs.
1. Drip Irrigation -- This method not only saves water but also the fertilizer you use on your plants. This type of irrigation drips water slowly to the roots through a network of valves, tubing, and emitters. This system can be subtle and is great for smaller plant plots such as
flower beds and gardens.
2. Sprinklers – Most people are familiar with a sprinkler system as they are extremely common. Sprinklers are perfect for large and small properties with a variety of vegetation. If you decide
to put in sprinklers, be mindful of Mountainbrook’s ordinance on water conservation. Knowing the drought regulations and city requirements is something that should regularly be monitored.
3. French Drain – This type of drain is relatively standard and directs water to a drain directly rather than irrigating it along the yard. A French Drain is perfect for a property that may have issues with heavy rainfall or flooding because of low elevation.
4. Yard Drain Grate – no matter what type of irrigation you use, a drain will be installed to take extra water away from your property to prevent flooding and drowning your plants. Most drains are hidden, but aren’t necessarily covered, which can be dangerous for you, small pets,
and children. A grate over the drain may seem like a no-brainer, but you would be surprised at how many people forgo this crucial step. Don’t forget to ask for a yard drain grate when talking to our landscapers.