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Best Irrigation & Sprinkler Companies in San Jose

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored San Jose Irrigation & Sprinkler Companies on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.

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San Jose, CA 95158

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4.6 (11)

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Bayside Landscape is a landscaper in San Jose, California that provides residential and commercial services to the greater Silicon Valley area including Campbell, Saratoga, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Cupertino, and the surrounding areas. Their qualified landscape technicians perform installation and repair of irrigation systems, drip irrigation systems, design and plans irrigation systems, timers and controller's, low voltage lighting systems pavers, and more. Bayside Landscape works to brings new life to their customers’ existing landscape or complete their landscape renovations.

Campbell, CA 95008

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Campbell Plumbing Company is a leak professional and a sprinkler repair company in Campbell, California. They offer Campbell sprinkler system installations and upgrades, Campbell sprinkler system maintenance and repairs, and landscaping services. They also do swimming pool removal and demolition services. Campbell Plumbing Company strives to be professional, dependable, and reliable.

San Jose, CA 95126

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5.0 (5)
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2.0 (1)

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Common Ground Landscape Management, Inc. is a landscape designer in San Jose, California. Their comprehensive suite of services includes interior and exterior landscape maintenance, landscape enhancements and renovations, water management and budgets, irrigation repairs and renovations, backflow service and repairs, turf and ornamental maintenance, plus more. Common Ground Landscape Management, Inc. is affiliated with CLCA, ISA, San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce, ECHO, BBB, NCTLC, PAPA, Planet, and International Society of Arboriculture.

San Jose, CA 95125

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4.5 (2)
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5.0 (1)

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Cyprex Construction Landscapes is a construction company in San Jose, California that has over 25 years of experience in the industry. They have strived to be “your one stop solution for your home improvement since 1995." Cyprex Construction Landscapes specializes in landscape architecture and landscape construction. Irrigation systems provided include irrigation rotors, pop-ups, heavy duty drip systems, tubing drip systems and Xeriscape, combination or Xeriscape with emitters, and rain water capture, and reuse. Cyprex Construction Landscapes is a licensed landscape architecture and construction company.

San Jose, CA 95123

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4.3 (28)
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4.6 (9)

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Dooling Landscape Service is a landscape designer in San Jose, California that has been serving homes and businesses in the Santa Clara County area since 1984. Their services include irrigation, planting, retaining walls, sod installation, pavers, flagstone and walkways, renovation and maintenance, and more. Dooling Landscape Service won the Angie’s List Super Service Award 2013.

FAQs

  • Introduction

    When vegetable crops and other plant life can't get sufficient water from rain alone during the growing season, irrigation is a popular supplemental method. Irrigation involves using a network of above- or below-ground water lines and/or sprinklers to ensure that plants are properly hydrated. Irrigation is done in a controlled manner similar to natural rainfall.

    A water sprinkler (also known as an irrigation sprinkler) is a device that distributes water to a controlled area for crops and gardens. They're often installed as part of a structure called a "sprinkler system." Sprinkler systems are also frequently used to keep turfs healthy and green, and it's installed to water lawns, golf courses, sports fields, and more.
  • What are the four types of sprinkler systems?

    Four of the most common types of sprinkler systems are wet pipe, dry pipe, pre-action and deluge. The main difference between the sprinkler systems is how they're activated and triggered to release water when the air temperature exceeds a certain level.

  • How much does it cost to install a sprinkler system yourself?

    According to Houselogic, the average cost to install a new sprinkler system on a quarter-acre lot on your own is around $1,500, with variations based on the type of system used and the quality of the hardware. DIY installation is typically a $1,500 to $2,000 savings over hiring a professional.

  • Why use a dry sprinkler system?

    A dry sprinkler system, as its name suggests, isn't filled with water. Instead, it's pressurized with compressed air or nitrogen when not in use. It's preferable to other types of systems in colder climates because it's resistant to freezing.

  • What does irrigation mean?

    Irrigation uses controlled amounts of water through channels to provide water for various land productions, including crops, landscapes, and turf. Early civilizations used irrigation technology to divert water from rivers; today, most irrigation systems use modern underground plumbing infrastructure.

  • How much does an irrigation system cost?

    The cost of an irrigation system depends on the type of irrigation used, the size of the system, and if you use professionals for the installation process. According to Houselogic, it costs between $3,000 and $4,000 to have an irrigation system professionally installed on an average-sized property.

  • How do irrigation systems work?

    Irrigation systems connect to the water lines on a residential or commercial property. A network of smaller lines carries water to areas around the property, where it's distributed via sprinklers, drip lines, or hoses to provide coverage to plants as needed.