Houston Sprinkler Repair And Installation Experts
8070 Taylor St. , Houston Tx 77064
28 Mar 2013

How much time do I run my sprinklers to water my lawn effectively?

Chances are your professional contractor programmed the controller when they were finished installing the system. They probably also gave you a schedule (or schedules) you could enter into the controller during different seasons of the year. If not, you should contact an irrigation professional in your area who can give you guidance as to the number of minutes each zone should water, and on how many days of the week.

Each climate has different requirements; each plant material will have varying needs, as well. In addition, be sure to account for the fact that different types of sprinklers apply water at varying rates. Please click on the link for more information on how to determine correct watering times: www.wateright.org

28 Mar 2013

Lawn Sprinkler System Service Agreement

All of our new customers should have recieved our “LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEM SERVICE AGREEMENT” in the mail (mailed on 7-29-11). This is our state-of-the-art program to help you keep your sprinkler system maintained.

This year our customers who sign up for a service on our “LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEM SERVICE AGREEMENT” will recieve a S.W.E.E.P. evaluation at no additional charge. S.W.E.E.P. stands for System Watering Effectively and Economically Program. The S.W.E.E.P. program is designed to help our customers conserve water and save money by reducing the amount of water their sprinkler system uses; while still maintaining a lush lawn and beautiful landscaping.

Please call us if you have any questions or did not recieve your service agreement in the mail.

28 Mar 2013


Attention Scheduled Maintenance customers…we will be contacting those customers newly signed up for Summer System Check #1 by phone. Or you may call us at 281-744-6909, to set up your appointment at your convienience.

28 Mar 2013


Have freeze damage on your sprinkler system? Call JB Irrigation now at 281-744-6909. We have technicians standing by that can get the leak repaired and have your sprinkler system back in working order fast. When a hard freeze hits Houston, JB IRRIGATION is your cold weather solution!

If a freeze is on the way, be sure to have us winterize your entire sprinkler system before the cold weather hits. This will help you prevent any costly repairs that occur when your pipes and sprinkler heads freeze up. Order our standard winterization service to properly inspect and insulate your system, or have our technicians perform the complete freeze protection service that includes all of the following:

• Insulate* Exposed Irrigation Main Pipe
• Insulate* Hose Bibs or Water Faucets Outside Home
• Insulate* Home Water Entry Pipe
• System Check w/ 12 point inspection
• Trim grass/sod from around heads
• Adjustments to Sprinkler heads
• Adjust Watering Schedule per customer’s request
• Fit Unit w/regular or optional Industrial Insulation*
• Fit Backflow w/optional Green R13 Rated Pouch*
• Fit Backflow Unit with Draining Outlets*
• Drain Backflow Preventer/ take system offline
• Drain Shutoff Valves & Test Cocks
• Open Internals of Backflow Preventer to dry

28 Mar 2013

Protect Your Houston Sprinkler Systems From The Freezing Weather

It has been a cold winter this year and Houston has recently seen multiple freezes that could cause severe damage to your sprinkler system.

If you have already experienced sprinkler damage due to the freeze, call us at 281-744-6909 and we’ll send a trained sprinkler repair professional out to fix your problem and prepare your sprinkler system so that it can handle the next freeze with ease.

Of course, you shouldn’t wait for a freeze to call us. We provide freeze protection services that could save you a lot of money on unnecessary repairs.

28 Mar 2013

Benefits of installing a “Smart” controller and sensor on your sprinkler system

With automatic timers on most underground sprinkler systems, it is easy to forget to turn off those systems during rainstorms or extended periods of rainy weather. In times of cooler temperatures system operation should be scaled back. However, all too often sprinkler systems are running full force while it is raining or running their summer (high output) schedule during the spring, fall and winter.

Water is wasted and many lawns are over-watered. Water District officials say over-watering is the most frequent mistake homeowners make in lawn care. Too much water promotes a shallow root system, which causes grass and plants to become vulnerable to hot/dry weather. The demand for water is ever-increasing.

Residents and business owners are urged by water district operators to install the new “Smart” controllers.