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Prevent drought and promote a healthy lawn. Call us today at (478) 224-7070.

Heart of Georgia Environmental installs and maintains irrigation systems for commercial and residential clients. Our expertise ranges from large, elaborate systems for corporations to sprinkler systems for the lawn-conscious homeowner.
Our team is knowledgeable about wise water usage and teaches clients how to effectively water their lawns. One of our top concerns is customer satisfaction, so we provide a warranty on every system we install.

Keep Your Lawn Healthy

Sprinkler systems do more than quench your lawn’s thirst. Just like you, your lawn needs water to protect it against numerous problems such as diseases or pests. The number one cause of lawn problems is stress, and the number one cause of stress is drought.

Irrigation systems from Heart of Georgia Environmental are fully automated: they will adhere to a watering schedule you can set and forget, but if it’s raining, the system won’t turn on. This conserves water and keeps your bill low.

Experience to Exceed Your Expectations

As a Certified Irrigation Contractor with the Irrigation Association, Heart of Georgia owner Michael Turner and his team are dedicated to implementing efficient water management and irrigation best practices, which saves you money and cares for your lawn and our environment. Certified contractors are required to complete extensive training and must have the technical skills necessary to design, install, manage, and maintain all types of irrigation systems.

Give Your Irrigation System a Long Life

Your sprinkler system needs regular care if you want it to work properly. Our complete property maintenance package cares for your system so you can avoid spending money on costly repairs.

We promote the long life of your system by:

  • Ensuring the controller works
  • Making sure all wires are connected properly
  • Replacing batteries
  • Changing the watering schedule to adhere to seasonal changes or drought schedules
  • Looking for potential damage to the system
  • Unblocking sprinkler heads, if needed