Irrigation & Drainage
Hyper Efficient Use & Diversion of Water
Too little or too much water can destroy healthy plants and lead to countless other issues for your landscape as well as your home’s foundation. Tryon Creek Landscape uses only commercial grade materials in our irrigation and drainage builds, protecting your investment and your landscape's health.
Tryon Creek Landscape specializes in designing, installing and maintaining water saving irrigation systems that protect your landscape investment. Today's sprinkler systems are vastly superior to previous generations, both in reliability and efficiency.
From wifi enabled systems to rain sensors and smart scheduling, ease of use has also come a long way. Today's technology makes it easier than ever to water and keep a dense, lush lawn.
Drip Irrigation Systems
Drip irrigation has become increasingly popular over the last decade, as eco-friendly solutions have come to the forefront. The average micro irrigation or drip irrigation system boasts 90 percent efficiency.
Using drip irrigation, drips of water are slowly delivered to the soil directly at the root zone of plants and trees, without wasting water on areas of the landscape that don’t need it. By placing the drip emitters just at the plant’s root zone, you can use less water and with greater efficiency.
This irrigation method allows the water to move deeper into the soil, encouraging deeper root growth. A professionally designed drip irrigation system will provide minimal water runoff, little if any evaporation, and deep percolation. In short: drip irrigation systems save both water and money.
If you live in the Portland area you know that standing water can pose a serious threat to your home and landscaping. French drains are designed to your home and outdoor spaces from this issue.
Every landscaping project comes with its own unique circumstances including different elevations and drainage challenges. French drains are a subtle yet effective way to divert standing water in almost any scenario. Often times our designs call for diverting water directly into planting areas, in a more eco-friendly approach as compared to directing it onto the street.