After an irrigation system runs, small amounts of water remain in the pipes, valves heads, and
backflow even after the water has stopped. This isn’t a concern at all during the warm season
however it is a whole different story during the winter. That same water can cause widespread
damage if allowed to remain inside the system components. Freezing and thawing shatters
small delicate parts like nozzles and heads rendering them useless come spring time. Ice can
also weaken pipe walls, meaning the system could run fine initially but then have an
unexpected break somewhere below the surface later in the season. The worst possible result
of water in the system – a broken backflow or water source pipe.
To avoid all of those worst case scenarios, it is best to have your irrigation system properly
winterized by having a professional perform an irrigation/sprinkler blow out. At Jade
Landscaping, we have the high powered equipment and professionally trained staff to ensure
your irrigation system is properly winterized.
Our company provides sprinkler blowouts at a flat rate fee
Current maintenance clients: $45 for six zones, $5 for additional zone
Non-maintenance clients: $60 for six zones, $5 for additional zone
*most Central Oregon homes have four zones
All Aspects Covered
All of our products that we use are Eco Friendly and good for the environment.
Our team is hardworking and provides quality you can trust.
Our weekly and bi-weekly services are carefully planned to provide optimal results.
Are list of comprehensive services can be customized to fit your specific needs.
Our crews are trained and use the proper PPE to keep everybody safe.
Clean & Tidy
Our team makes an effort to leave every property looking better than we found it.
Kevin not only does a wonderful job on my lawn but spends time each week interacting with my boys. They love him so much they look forward to the day he comes by!
My vacation home in Bend is always sharp when I show up. I never have to worry about the lawn when I’m not there. He even drops by in the winter to check up on the house when I’m not there.