A good sprinkler system can bring new life to your landscape – but you need to make sure you work with a company that knows what it is doing. If you are thinking about adding a water system to a commercial or residential property, or repairing your existing one, get in touch with us today. At Sunrise Irrigation, we’ve been doing this for more than two decades in the Tampa Bay area, and we understand exactly what you need to make your lawn look its best.

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Recent Blog Posts

5 Reasons To Have Your Sprinkler Repaired
NOV. 06 2017
5 Reasons To Have Your Sprinkler Repaired
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Have your sprinkler system repaired to beautify your Tampa property

Tampa bay sprinklers put in their fair share of work. Our warm climate spurs the need for regular watering. The only downside to frequent sprinkler use is the potential for malfunction. In some instances, Property owners...

Commercial Landscape and Irrigation – Clearwater
NOV. 02 2017
Commercial Landscape and Irrigation – Clearwater
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Clearwater businesses require lush green lawns, shrubs, and landscaping. The appearance of your property matters a great deal to prospective customers. Perceptions of your business are formed as soon as prospective customers see your property. If your landscaping, grass and other greenery looks dehydrated...

What is a Water Reclamation System?
OCT. 25 2017
What is a Water Reclamation System?
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As the population swells, the need for freshwater continues to increase. This is true for Florida's rapidly growing population as well as most other portions of the globe. This is precisely why many economists have dubbed water as the “new gold”. Demand for freshwater has the potential to outpace...