Neshanic Valley Irrigation
a Division of JML Landscaping Inc.
Mailing AddressNeshanic Valley Irrigation
695 Amwell Rd
Hillsborough Township, NJ 08844
Contact InformationPhone: (908) 371-1291
Fax: (908) 371-1293
Frequently Asked Questions
A properly designed and installed irrigation system will help keep your lawn and landscape healthy and looking fantastic. And with the advances in irrigation controllers, operating your system can be effortless.
Smart irrigation is the term used for irrigation systems that use technology to control the operation and scheduling of the controller. Some forms of Smart Irrigation are: Internet based weather controlled irrigation controllers On-site weather stations Soil moisture sensors
Most installations take between 1 to 2 days for a typical home. Larger properties as well as commercial sites will take longer.
Yes, there are multiple options, depending on each situation, we will determine which solution will work best for your particular location.
Most newly installed irrigation systems require minimal maintenance other than annual service. Similarly, to your automobile, if seasonal maintenance and check-ups are performed regularly, the system will last for many years without significant investment.
Most customers will have a spring start-up and a year-end winterization. Some customers will choose to have a mid-season check-up as well to make sure the system is scheduled properly for the summer and running optimally.
Absolutely, pots, planters and containers can be irrigated using micro-irrigation. We can discreetly locate micro-tubing to easily add automatic watering of you containers.
Yes, irrigation systems can operate on a house well.
Depending on the age and condition of the existing irrigation system, the controller and the sprinkler heads can help improve the efficiency of your irrigation system. Unfortunately, upgrades cannot compensate for a poorly designed irrigation system.
We use a minimally invasive procedure for installing pipe in the ground, this reduces the amount of disturbance to your lawn.
Most municipalities in NJ require permits for irrigation installation.
Licensed Landscape Irrigation Contractors are licensed to install irrigation systems through the State of NJ through the Department of Community Affairs. It is illegal for any contractor that is not licensed to install an irrigation system. Our license number is 332594.
Yes, we are Certified Backflow Preventer Testers through the NEWWA.
Select Certified Irrigation Professionals have one or more certifications through the Irrigation Association. Certifications are achieved through industry experience and successfully passing comprehensive exams as well as continuing education to maintain these certifications. Certifications that we have through the Irrigation Association are: Certified Irrigation Contractor Certified Irrigation Designer Residential Commercial Golf Course Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor Certified Golf Course Irrigation Auditor For more information go to www.irrigationassociation.com
Integrated Irrigation Management is the holistic approach to managing your irrigation system and watering practices. By using proper horticultural practices combined with technology, we can manage the efficiency of your irrigation system to achieve the highest levels possible. Understanding the soil and plant material being irrigated as well as using automatic scheduling engineers to correctly program your irrigation controller will apply only the water needed to replace the water being used with as little waste as possible. This program may require upgrading irrigation equipment to newer more efficient products as well as a more sophisticated controller. As part of the system, flow sensors will be utilized to monitor the operation of the system 24/7 to ensure that the scheduled amount of irrigation is being applied and helps eliminate unnecessary waste due to broken sprinklers and stuck valves. The goal of Integrated Water Management is to irrigate responsibly delivering the proper amount of water to the plants to achieve the healthiest plant material while using the least amount of water. Not only is this program more sustainable and environmentally friendly it will result in water savings as well.