Lawn sprinkler system contractor based in Cleveland, Texas
Are you tired of manually watering your lawn? Reeds Sprinklers is your premier lawn sprinkler contractor located in Cleveland, Texas. We have been providing sprinkler system repair, installation, and maintenance in the Cleveland area with our expertise and commitment.
We at Reeds Sprinklers understand the importance of having a healthy, vibrant lawn. Our team of experts is dedicated to achieving this goal. We can design and install a sprinkler system to meet your specific needs, whether you have a small lawn at home or a large commercial space.
Our sprinkler systems are designed with efficiency in mind. We use high-quality components and the latest technology to ensure water is evenly distributed across your lawn. This reduces waste and lowers your water bill. Our systems are also equipped with advanced timers and sensors, allowing you to easily manage your watering schedule and conserve water.
We offer comprehensive repair and service for existing sprinklers systems. Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in diagnosing and fixing any issues that may arise, ensuring that your system operates at peak performance all year round. Regular maintenance is crucial for the longevity of your sprinkler system, and our team can provide the necessary inspections, adjustments, and winterization services to keep your system in optimal condition.
At Reeds Sprinklers, customer satisfaction is our top priority. Our friendly staff is available to answer any questions you may have. We strive to deliver prompt and reliable service. We take pride in our workmanship and stand behind the quality of our services.
Why wait? Reeds Sprinklers will transform your lawn from a dry, bare patch into a lush oasis. Contact us for a consultation today and take the first steps towards a healthier, greener lawn.
Cleveland is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, within Greater Houston metropolitan area and Liberty County. The population was 7,471 at the 2020 census. == History == In 1854, a church and convent were built by Father Peter La Cour near the town's present site. The town began forming in 1878 when Charles Lander Cleveland, a local judge, donated 63.6 acres (257,000 m2) of land to the Houston East & West Texas Railway (now part of the Union Pacific Railroad) for use as a stop, requesting that the town be named for him. Since 1900 Cleveland has served as the junction of this line and the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe (now the BNSF Railway).
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