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In this video, Rodney Haynes - of Haynes Sprinkler and Drainage - shows you an on-location clip from a recent commercial irrigation and sprinkler project in Lewisville, Texas -- just west of Collin County and just north of Dallas County.
The company offers residential and commercial sprinkler and irrigation installation, repair , and standing water drainage services (like French drains and yard grading / sloping) in the Collin County area including:
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(Texas Irrigator License LI0005972)
After 26 years as a McKinney based landscape design & management company Haynes has added a new specialty division, Haynes Sprinkler Service. We want to continue to help our friends through cost effective pricing, quick response times and great friendly service, while extending our expertise in the area of sprinkler services.
With current water shortages and city restrictions we can help convert your current system into a low volume, efficient irrigation process. We’ll help you save water and save money as we keep your home lush and beautiful all summer long. Building friendships is why Haynes is in business!
We delight in our long term client relationships and are excited to add new homeowners to the Haynes family of customers. Our passion is supporting worldwide missions, and if it weren’t for a long line of happy, satisfied customers, we wouldn’t be able to travel and serve around the globe.
Irrigation And Sprinkler System Checkpoints
Proper head spacing.
Proper nozzle for water distribution.
Full coverage of the water spray.
Proper head for the application.
Watch for low heads not spaying over properly.
Watch for heads that are too high. Mowers may hit them and you will never know it unless you inspect the system.
Shrub beds are the worst at proper coverage. Raising heads on risers above plants is not the best
applications. Consider drip irrigation.
Do you have the right controller? It is best to have one with A,B and C programs and at least 3 start times.
Pressure issues either being to low or high.
Always be mindful of water conservation. Water is becoming a big problem for our area, and increasing
costs by our cities is effecting pocket books. Do not over water. It cost money AND it is not needed as well
as it is not good for plants.
Have a functioning Rain / Freeze sensor to help control watering during these times. It is also required
by the city.
Some cities have too much salt in their water supply and it may cause some issues.