At Bruce Hage Irrigation in Orlando, we install and repair sprinklers, well pumps, and back-flows on residential, commercial, and industrial properties. Our irrigation systems and services will help you save time, money, and water. An efficient automatic system will provide you with a beautiful lawn and landscape while conserving our precious water. It will also help reduce your water bills, pesticides, and herbicides.

An efficient water saving irrigation system should be custom designed with the proper rotor, spray or low-volume emitter to apply a precise amount of water to your lawn and landscape. An automatic controller will apply exact amounts of water on each section with a precise schedule.

Do you suffer from High Water Bills or Dead Grass? - You probably have an irrigation problem.

No more hoses throughout your property
No more forgetting to turn off the water
Irrigate before sunrise to avoid evaporation and wind
No more forgetting to water due to a busy schedule
Your lawn and landscape will be watered even while you're away

Did You Know : Rain Sensors are required on all systems as of July 1,2009 Florida stature 373.62. You can use a moisture sensor or smart controllers instead of the old fashion rain sensor.With an efficient irrigation system you can save water. Smart controllers, drip in plant material and calibrated irrigation heads will give you the most bang for your buck!

Saving water saves you money. The money you save can be the cost of water, pest control, weed control, loss of sod and plant material. You can even upgrade your existing system to perform better.

A professionally installed irrigation system adds value to your Orlando property and ensures that each type of landscaping receives full irrigation coverage at the proper rates. In the long run, this saves water and provides a healthy & beautiful landscape for your property.Call Bruce Hage Irrigation today for more information on how we can help you. 407-275-0804.

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Algae - 2/25/2013 - If you pull water from a lake or canal for your Orlando irrigation system, get ready for algae. Usually, the algae starts to grow in the spring like the plant material and the turf grass. This is normal. However, this year the lakes are a little lower than normal..........Read More >>

Need More Water?? - 2/22/2013 - It has been a hot winter this year and I bet you want more water for your Orlando lawn and landscape! Water is on the way, but first make sure your Orlando irrigation system is working correctly. Make sure you have the proper adjustments..........Read More >>

No Winter? - 2/20/2013 - It is time to wake up your Orlando irrigation system from its winter slumber! OK, there hasn’t been much of a winter this year, but it is time to make sure your Orlando irrigation system is running as efficiently as possible..........Read More >>

Time Change Water Restrictions - 11/27/2012 - We just set our clocks back one hour, now it is time to turn your Orlando irrigation controller back to one day per week using the following watering schedule: Even numbered homes water on Sunday..........Read More >>