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A well-designed, properly installed and appropriately maintained irrigation system can be the most efficient way to keep a landscape healthy. Our systems are easy to use and add value to your home or business property.

Aquatech Irrigation Durham, Brooklin, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa

Clay Tennis Court

Aquatech is a leader in Clay Tennis Court irrigation. With many successful installations you can trust our team to maintain your investment.

Aquatech Irrigation Durham, Brooklin, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa

Drip line

Dripline is a popular way of irrigating hanging baskets and annual planters as well as cedar hedges and subsurface watering for planting beds.

Certified Rainbird Select Contractor

All our systems include:

  • Premium Hunter, Rainbird and Toro parts
  • Top quality pipe, fittings and backflow preventer
  • Integrated Electronic Rain Sensor
  • Trouble free, automated control
  • 2 year warranty on all components
  • First year of maintenance included

Less work with our systems.

Eco Friendly

Eco friendly irrigation systems. Just the right amount of water. Every time.

Weather Smart

Rain or shine. An efficient weather sensing option for your irrigation system.

Spring is the perfect time to refill, test and adjust your irrigation system. We ensure all rotors, mist heads and other elements are still effectively watering and making changes to the controller’s programing for the season.

Assistance with adding more coverage for new gardens and expanded landscapes. If an irrigation head needs service or replacement our staff can ensure your system is fully operational.

Prior to the Fall frost, clocks, controllers and pumps are turned off and water is blown out of each line to protect the system from freezing, shifting and to prevent any other kind of damage inflicted by our cold Canadian winters.

Feel free to use these resources – but don’t hesitate to call, no problem is too big or too small!


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