Rerouting, Modifying, Relocating Sprinkler Systems

Many lawns don’t stay the same forever. Changes in buildings, outside structures and landscaping will also require changes in your sprinkler system. If you are planning and changes and questioning if you should reroute, Texas Best Irrigation has many years of experience renovating and updating lawn sprinkler systems.

Rerouting your sprinkler system can prevent parts from being damaged. It can also ensure that your landscaping and lawn continue to get the water they need in order to stay healthy after the yard layout is changed.

The following are some reason to consider rerouting your sprinkler system.

  • The addition of a swimming pool

  • The addition of a patio, deck or other outdoor living space

  • Creating or redesigning a garden or flower bed

  • Expanding a grassy area of your lawn

  • Adding or expanding a retaining wall or sidewalk on or near your property

  • Landscape redesign

Our goal is your total satisfaction. Texas Best Irrigation’s team of technicians are certified and trained to deliver service above and beyond your expectations. We make sure you’re 100% satisfied before we consider the job complete.

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Benefits of Rerouting Your Sprinkler System

Although it may seem like a lot of time and work to have a team check your sprinkler system, create a new layout and install new features, the process is necessary and always a positive change to your yard in the long run. A few benefits of reconfiguring your sprinkler system include:

  • Increasing the efficiency of your sprinkler system, keeping your yard looking great while saving money on your water bill
  • Ensuring your new landscaping is well taken care of
  • Keeping water away from your home and other structures, preventing damage and saving money on future repairs
  • Ensuring your sprinklers are operating properly, preventing future repairs

Components that need to be Rerouted, Relocated or Modified

Rerouting, Modifying, Relocating Sprinkler Systems

Many lawns don’t stay the same forever. Changes in buildings, outside structures and landscaping will also require changes in your sprinkler system. If you are planning and changes and questioning if you should reroute, Texas Best Irrigation has many years of experience renovating and updating lawn sprinkler systems.

Rerouting your sprinkler system can prevent parts from being damaged. It can also ensure that your landscaping and lawn continue to get the water they need in order to stay healthy after the yard layout is changed.

The following are some reason to consider rerouting your sprinkler system.

  • The addition of a swimming pool

  • The addition of a patio, deck or other outdoor living space

  • Creating or redesigning a garden or flower bed

  • Expanding a grassy area of your lawn

  • Adding or expanding a retaining wall or sidewalk on or near your property

  • Landscape redesign

Request A Quote

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Our goal is your total satisfaction. Texas Best Irrigation’s team of technicians are certified and trained to deliver service above and beyond your expectations. We make sure you’re 100% satisfied before we consider the job complete.

Benefits of Rerouting Your Sprinkler System

Although it may seem like a lot of time and work to have a team check your sprinkler system, create a new layout and install new features, the process is necessary and always a positive change to your yard in the long run. A few benefits of reconfiguring your sprinkler system include:

  • Increasing the efficiency of your sprinkler system, keeping your yard looking great while saving money on your water bill
  • Ensuring your new landscaping is well taken care of
  • Keeping water away from your home and other structures, preventing damage and saving money on future repairs
  • Ensuring your sprinklers are operating properly, preventing future repairs
Components that need to be Rerouted, Relocated or Modified
  • Sprinkler Pipe Layout

  • Valve Location

  • Zone Wiring

  • Adding or Eliminating Zones

  • Spray Head Location

  • Spray Head Type

  • Controller Location

  • Rain Sensor Location

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