Texas Allied Landscape & SISCO Irrigation

Texas Allied Landscape & SISCO Irrigation

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Step outside. Do your trees show any of these symptoms?


-Sawdust-like material and/or sap oozing from small holes in trunks or branches

-Bark appears swollen and develops cracks

-Leaves in upper part of tree are discolored

If you said yes to any of the above, call a certified arborist for a tree health inspection.

Check out the link HERE about Borers from Davey Tree.


Has your landscape been affected by the recent freezes?

It's a good idea to start cutting back plants early that have suffered freeze damage. We're here to help!


NOW is the perfect time to schedule irrigation system check-ups for Spring!

Give us a call at (210)697-9086 and we’ll get you scheduled!


Irrigation Systems During Freeze:

Irrigation installations include either a backflow or an RP device, usually located by the water meter, to prevent the undesirable flow of water into the potable water supply. Backflow devices are installed below-ground and RP devices are installed above-ground. When weather predictions indicate chances of a freeze, it is necessary to disable (turn off) RP devices and drain them, so as not to cause damage or warping of internal parts during the freeze. If you have any questions, feel free to call our front office and an experienced professional will be glad to help you.  

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Landscape Watering Restrictions

Visit www.saws.org for more information regarding watering and what is allowed.

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Landscape Watering Restrictions

Visit www.nbutexas.com for more information regarding watering and what is allowed.

Stage 1 Watering:


Outdoor watering with a sprinkler or irrigation system is allowed only before 11 a.m. and after 7 p.m., one day per week, based on the last number of your address.

Watering with a handheld hose is still allowed any day, any time.

Stage 1 Watering

Customers are allowed to use a sprinkler or irrigation system one day per week, before 10:00 a.m. and after 8:00 p.m., based on the last digit of your address.

Watering with a hand-held hose, bucket, soaker hose or drip irrigation is allowed at any time on any day.

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Our Professionals Are Here to Help!

Lawn Maintenance Manager: Ben Chapa

Contact Ben early for lawn maintenance needs!


Licensed Irrigation Technician: Dave Childress

Dave has been with the company for 30 years, has been a Licensed Irrigator for 25+ years, and a Certified Backflow Tester for 20+ years.


Irrigation Manager: Rick Neitzel

Rick is a Licensed Irrigator with several decades of experience and knowledge under his belt.


Service Manager: Kristian Taylor

Call Kristian to set up irrigation service appointments at (210)697-9086.

Advantages of Two-Wire...


  • Lower material cost – especially on larger systems

  • Scalable – able to increase size by splicing into existing wire

  • Easier to repair – splicing two wires together rather than many

  • Lower labor costs – less maintenance time saves labor hours

  • Greener – less copper in the ground, lower impact

  • Smarter than conventional wire

  • Hidden cost recovery - reducing controller locations

  • Ease of installation - conventionally wired control system

  • Apply more water - reduce your water window requirements


Another advantage of two-wire: Able to extend the wire length limits to support larger systems. This configuration allows for larger irrigation systems with fewer controllers.


5 Requirements for Two-Wire Specification  


  • Wire type: double-jacketed cable

  • Wire connections: waterproof (DBR/Y-6 or equivalent)

  • Wire length limits: varies by manufacturer

  • Device limits: varies by manufacturer

  • Surge protection: varies by manufacturer


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