Water rates are climbing and will continue to do so along the Front Range.  An irrigation system that is efficient and designed specifically for your site conditions and landscape will help offset the rising rates.  This means separate zones on slopes and separate zones for front and backyard exposures.  Drip irrigation is necessary for all newly-planted shrubs and trees, and spray irrigation for turf.  Head-to-head coverage is a must for turf areas, and spray irrigation is recommended for native areas to establish healthy stands of grass and to provide supplemental water during periods of drought.

Fredell enterprises know how to design and install irrigation the right way.  We don’t stretch zones to water more than they should or place rotor and spray heads on the same zone. We don’t stretch the spacing between heads that requires you to water longer in order to get all areas the water needed.  We use quality Rainbird irrigation components and controllers.  Whether you have 6 zones or 36 zones the ESP (Extra-Simple Programming) controllers we use are among the best in the industry, allowing for rain delays, rain sensors, multiple programs and start times, cycling, battery-backup, and surge-protection.

Your irrigation system is one of the most important features of your landscape.  Most irrigation components are underground and not accessible, so it’s important to have a reliable system installed by experienced professionals.

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