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Do your current commercial lawn services include irrigation management? The key to a beautiful landscape is proper hydration, but attention to irrigation systems often falls to the wayside. U.S. Lawns can help with every aspect of your irrigation maintenance, including upgrading to an entirely new system. Here, we’ll review a few of the ways we tend to our customers’ irrigation systems year-round.

Seasonal Maintenance

Neglecting to properly prepare your irrigation system for winter could lead to damage like burst pipes. We’ll winterize your system by blowing out the pipes and ensuring that it’s prepared to withstand cold temperatures. When spring arrives and you’re ready to start watering your grounds, we’ll ensure that your system is in good working order. Our experts can assess any damage that may have occurred throughout the winter and can help get it up and running smoothly.

Regular Assessment with Our Commercial Lawn Services

When we visit your property for regular maintenance, checking on your irrigation system will be a key task. We’ll ensure that your plants are being properly hydrated and are healthy. U.S. Lawns crews make sure that your system stays in good working order, and they can identify any problems or areas in which your system is underperforming. We’re well-qualified to handle most maintenance ourselves, saving you time and hassle.

Not only do we regularly inspect your irrigation system, you can count on our attention to the details that make up every part of your commercial property. From lawns to ornamental trees to hardscapes, our crews are trained to spot potential problems early on so that our customers aren’t taken by surprise. Our comprehensive commercial lawn services make life easier for property managers.


If your system is underperforming or wasting water, we might recommend that you switch to a smart irrigation system. These systems use weather and soil sensors to measure your lawn’s hydration, taking factors like the weather into account. They’ll automatically start when your landscape is dry and will turn off when it’s adequately hydrated. For instance, if it’s been raining and the ground is already wet, your system won’t turn on at all – saving you valuable money and resources. As you can imagine, these systems are especially popular in areas where water usage is closely monitored.

These systems, combined with our commercial lawn services, are a great way to provide your landscape with better care and potentially save money on your water bill. We’ve helped many of our customers upgrade to better-performing smart systems, and we can help you find a model that meets your unique needs. We’ll even handle the installation!

These are just a few of the ways U.S. Lawns can help you get the most out of your irrigation system. Contact us today to learn what our commercial lawn services can do to improve the hydration of your commercial property.

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