We are a full-service Irrigation company based on Cape Cod, MA! We specialize in providing top-notch irrigation services in the towns of Chatham, Orleans, Brewster, Harwich, Eastham, Dennis, and Yarmouth. 

Our range of services includes design, installation, maintenance, repair, and winterization to ensure your landscape stays lush and healthy. 

At our company, we are dedicated to delivering exceptional service and quality workmanship at affordable prices. Trust us to keep your property looking its best with our reliable and professional irrigation solutions. Let us take care of all your irrigation needs so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy a thriving outdoor space! 

Call, text, email for a free estimate.

Email: LNNIrrigation@gmail.com

Phone: +1-508-241-6651


What is a Sprinkler head with a check valve? Are they good to have?

Built-in check valves are used to keep water from leaking out from the low sprinkler head after the valve shuts off. This helps save water by reducing run-off.

Can my system be extended/expanded?

Yes, many of our customers expand their systems. If you’re unsure how to proceed, please do not hesitate to call us for free advice.

What is the warranty provided on equipment and systems?

All of our equipment is guaranteed for a 12 months from the date of installation. Systems designed, supplied, and installed by us are covered by a full parts and labor guarantee for 12 months from installation.

How long will my Irrigation system last?

A well-designed and installed system will last for many years. We have many fully operational systems that are more than 10-15 years old.

How much maintenance is required with a system?

Maintenance is generally minimal and limited to regular visual inspections to ensure system is operating correctly. All the parts we use are very reliable. However, sprinkler nozzles and pumps etc. will wear over time.

Do I need to winterize/blow out my system for the winter?

Yes. All systems should be winterized to protect the components from frost damage. We use commercial size Air compressor to blow out all the remaining water from the system.

Will I have difficulty operating my Irrigation system?

We use some of the most advanced controllers that are powerful enough to meet your customized watering needs, while being simple to program and adjust. The Wi-Fi controllers even adjust themselves automatically based on changing weather, temperature and rainfall.

How long does a system take to install?

It would depend on the size of your property. Please call us to schedule your free consultation.

What are the components of an Irrigation system?

A typical system includes controller/clock, rain sensor, zone valves, sprinkler heads and drip zones.

How much will Irrigation sprinkler system cost?

The price of a system depends upon many factors such as property size, type of landscaping, number of zones, products used and special designs. Please call us to schedule your personalized free estimate.

What are the benefits on Drip system?

Plants are watered directly from the root, allowing for reduced water usage and superior plant growth.

Which type of sprinkler is best, gear heads/rotors or sprays?

Rotors work best for large areas without a lot of complicated lawn area shapes. The only time they work well in smaller yards is in unobstructed rectangular areas that happen to measure at an even multiple of the radius distance. They are ideal for large lawns. Spray sprinklers do a better job of watering small yards or yards with lots of obstructions, such as trees and bushes, walls, fences, etc.

What is a spray sprinkler?

The spray head sprays water over the whole area to be watered the entire time it’s watering. The spray pattern does not move back and forth like a rotor. Spray sprinklers come with interchangeable nozzles to provide varying radius and arc choices.

What is a gear head/rotor?

Rotors are sprinklers that shoot a jet of water. The stream is moved back and forth across the area to be watered. Rotors usually have a relatively low precipitation rate, so one station of rotors can cover a large area. The best rotors are gear-driven rotors.

Is a Wi-Fi controller really worth the price?

The controller is the main part of the system. With the controller being connected to internet you can take advantage from many water saving features. The controller directly influences your water usage by controlling the watering schedule. Sophisticated features such as remote control, seasonal adjust (also called water budgeting), programmable rain delay, and multiple programs (at least two are needed usually) are key tools for saving money. A Wi-Fi controller can pay for itself many times over in reduced water costs if it has the right feature set.

How can I prevent my Irrigation system from operating if it rains?

All of our systems come equipped with a wireless rain sensor connected to the system controller. This device automatically turns off the system when rain fall is detected. The sensor then resets as it dries out.

When is the best time to water?

Very early in the morning, when evaporation losses are lowest also no damage to the plants from sun scorch can occur. We always suggest that watering is timed as early as possible to ensure that it’s completed before sunrise.

Will an automatic Irrigation system use more water?

No, the whole idea of Irrigation system is to provide consistency with watering which can be easily adjusted to provide maximum benefit with minimum water usage.

Who Needs a Lawn Irrigation System?

Almost all homeowners could use some sort of irrigation system. An Irrigation system allows for better lawn management and less responsibility.

How long should I water for?

This will depend on many factors, including type of soil, planting, local weather conditions, and type of sprinkler heads. When we design your system we will provide details which can be used as an initial guideline.

Why is it important for a Irrigation system to be divided into zones?

Lawns, flower beds, shrubs, hanging baskets, veggie gardens, etc. all have different water requirements. In addition, the equipment to water these areas works at differing pressures and applies water at differing rates. A good design will allow these areas to be controlled separately, and therefore, watered in the most effective and efficient manner.