Landscape Irrigation – Creative Concepts Landscape Management

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Landscape irrigation is very important here in Southern California. Having a well designed and built irrigation system will increase the vitality of your plants, while saving you money with efficient watering.

We seek to improve the efficiency of your landscape’s irrigation by implementing low water irrigation solutions, customized to your needs. Creative Concepts will ensure the health and beauty of your irrigated landscape, whether it is a simple sprinkler repair, new installation, or landscape irrigation conversion, we will work carefully to reduce water waste and keep your garden growing.


Call us today to get started on your landscape irrigation!


Creative Concepts Landscape Irrigation Services

  • In home consultation
  • Repair existing landscape irrigation system, or covert and modify
  • Design and install new system
  • Design and build hydrozones
  • Pressure regulators and backflow preventors
  • Irrigation controllers, valve repair, rain and weather sensors, remote phone applications
  • Drip irrigation, rotary sprinkler heads, pipes, timers, or convert old systems
  • Rain catch systems and barrels


Here is Southern California, our plants need supplemental water. If real estate is ‘location, location, location,’ then landscaping in Southern California might be ‘irrigation, irrigation, irrigation.’ There are many types of irrigation, too many to mention here, but here are a few:

  • Conventional pop-up spray sprinklers for lawns – these are your traditional sprinkler heads that ‘pop up’ from below and spray water over the plant material.
  • Rotors for lawns – much like conventional sprinklers, but their water streams rotate and their water stream is generally longer than conventional sprinklers.
  • Micro and shrub sprinklers for perennial plants. These are much like conventional sprinklers for lawns, however, generally, their position is fixed (they do not ‘pop up’), and they emit less gallons per minute.
  • Surface drip irrigation – irrigation lines that have water emitters placing targeted water near shrubs. These lines should be covered with mulch. Mulch protects the lines from sun, animal, and foot damage, but it also helps maximize the efficiency of the water output by increasing soil moisture retention.
  • PVC lines – these are the life lines that bring water from the main irrigation line out to the sprinklers or drip lines.
  • Irrigation Controllers –the brains of the irrigation system. They control when, where, and for how long the water comes on.

These are the main irrigation types found in residential and non agrarian commercial landscapes. A properly designed and built irrigation system is complex, but the payoff is immense, water-wise, and therefore, money-wise.

Contact us today for a free consultation on your landscape and potential irrigation system, or an existing irrigation system that needs repair or refurbishment. We will design and build a smart system that will keep your landscape beautiful, healthy, and water efficient.

Want more information about horticulture? take a look at our horticultural blog.

I highly recommend Ed for all your landscaping needs. He’s always on time, knowledgeable and experienced. He turned a completely neglected old back yard into modern and Zen backyard.

H Esmalian