Why irrigate?

The answer is simple, to have your lawn be the envy of the neighborhood.  Serving both residential and commercial customers for over 20 years, Toomey Irrigation has been helping people achieve their dream yard with special attention placed on the environment and water conservation.  As climate changes continue and droughts become more commonplace, the conservation and smart use of water has become more than a bonus for irrigation systems, but a necessity.

Water conservation And Green Design

At Toomey Irrigation, water conservation is taken into account at every step of installation.  With many towns moving to an "every-other day" mandate on watering, it becomes paramount for the design and implementation of automatic sprinkler systems to be conscious of water use.  Each and every installation performed by Toomey Irrigation includes designs that are sustainable even under drought protocols.  With the right equipment selection, proper head usage, efficiently designed zone patterns, and the utilization of cutting edge "green" technologies, the finished product stands up to everything mother nature can throw at anyone in the temperamental New England climate, all the while saving you money on you're water bill.

the process

 Our "Ditch-Witch" machine allows for our lines to be pulled through the ground with minimal disruption of existing landscapes.

Our "Ditch-Witch" machine allows for our lines to be pulled through the ground with minimal disruption of existing landscapes.

A frequent sticking point for many customers hesitant to get an automatic in-ground sprinkler system is the fear of damage to an existing lawn.  At Toomey Irrigation, we use Ditch Witch Technology to minimize damage and install systems quickly, efficiently, and professionally.  The patented technology of the Ditch Witch machines allow for our pipe to be pulled underground, leaving only a small line in it's path.

 Each sprinkler head requires a hole to be dug to hook up equipment to water source.  Special care is paid while digging, separating existing grass and underlying dirt to ensure efficient installation and more importantly, minimal damage.

Each sprinkler head requires a hole to be dug to hook up equipment to water source.  Special care is paid while digging, separating existing grass and underlying dirt to ensure efficient installation and more importantly, minimal damage.

 

After the pipe has been pulled through the ground, each head is individually dug, paying special attention to cutting out areas of grass carefully in anticipation of it being placed back exactly as it was.  Once head locations have been dug, installation occurs quickly, so that the backfilling process can commence quickly before any damage to existing grass can occur from the hot summer sun.

 Upon completion of an installation, we tamp down any troubled spots and overseed.  Typically, within 2-4 weeks you can't even tell we were there! 

 

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