Habitats By Harper, LLC
10326 Cutting Horse
Houston, Texas    77064

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  • Habitats by Harper LLC is rated by Tops in America as the number 2 Irrigation Contractor of the top 10 in the Houston-Galveston Metroplex. This site evaluates Price, Quality, Service and Dependability of Contractors in the United States largest cities.
  • Habitats has been serving Houston for over 34 years as a Licensed Irrigation Installer.
  • Save money by putting the right amount of water at the right place and right time!
  • We Design, Install and Maintain Irrigation systems, automatic Sprinkler systems, and Drainage systems. Our customer satisfaction is Number One in Price, Value, Quality and Service.
  • Our company uses Top Name parts in the Irrigation, Sprinkler system business.
  • Don't be caught off guard by Water Rationing and Restrictions in your community this year! Set your timer accordingly.
  • Fast reliable service. Most jobs installed in one day. We consistantly meet our deadlines!
  • We will meet or beat any price on any Lawn Sprinkler system we contract!

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Habitats Assures the Integrity of Your New Irrigation/Sprinkler System by Utilizing Industry Standard Parts, Assemblies and Accessories



100-DVF Valve

Irrigation control valve for residential and light commercial applications.

  • Rain Bird's industry-leading DV and Jar Top Valves are backed by decades of continuous development, resulting in a level of trusted performance that's unmatched.

  • DV and Jar Top valves are engineered to take on the toughest application challenges, even under the worst conditions, so be confident in the knowledge these valves will stand up to the diverse watering needs of your landscape.

  • DV and Jar Top Valves feature heavy-duty construction to protect against temperature extremes and high water pressure situations, ensuring hassle-free performance year after year.

Double-filtered design for maximum reliability. Balanced-pressure diaphragm for long life. External bleed to manually flush system of dirt and debris during installation and system start-up. Encapsulated solenoid keeps weather out and prolongs life. Accepts latching solenoid for use with Rain Bird battery-operated controllers.



1800 Series Spray Heads

Installed in parks and backyards across the globe, Rain Bird's 1800 Series is the #1 commercial-grade irrigation spray head brand in the world.

Chosen for its reliability, heavy-duty materials and versatility, the 1800 Series offers a broad selection of pop up heights and nozzle combinations for watering shrubs, small lawns and irregularly shaped planting areas.

Precision spray heads and nozzles customize your watering system to cover virtually any configuration lawn or garden - not the sidewalk or driveway!

The 1800 Series offers Rain Bird's patented pop-up mechanism for out-of-sight retraction into the lawn when not in operation, full and partial circle coverage and infinite pattern adjustment for optimum head-to-head coverage.



5000 Series Rotor

Relax with the knowledge your landscape is being watered by reliable 5000 Series Rotors and industry-leading Rain Curtain Nozzle Technology.

  • Rain BirdŽ 5000, 5000 Plus and 5000 Plus PRS Series Rotors are ideal for medium to large-size lawns and evenly distribute water from 25 to 50 feet.

  • Outstanding Results
    Superior Distribution Uniformity. 5000 Series Rotors with Rain Curtain Technology are engineered to deliver a uniform spray pattern, giving you a consistently green lawn throughout.

  • Superior Wind Resistance
    The larger water droplets produced by Rain Curtain technology prevent misting and airborne evaporation so the right amount of water is delivered to the right place, saving you water and money.

  • Superior Close-in Watering
    Gentle close-in watering eliminates dry spots around the rotor, prevents seed washout and allows the turf to grow healthy with no matting or bending.



Model D-109 Valve Box

When it comes to irrigation system installation and design, valve boxes play an important role, yet often aren't given much thought. A well-designed valve box can make installations faster and easier while reducing the need for future maintenance. The key benefits of Rain Bird's professional grade VB Series Valve Boxes are:

  • Strength and stability
  • Smart lid design
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Flexible installation
Residential Sprinkler Systems

Home lawn sprinklers vary widely in their size, cost, and complexity. They include impact sprinklers, oscillating sprinklers, drip sprinklers, and underground sprinkler systems. Small sprinklers are available at home and garden stores or hardware stores for small costs. These are often attached to an outdoor water faucet and are placed only temporarily.

Other systems may be professionally installed permanently in the ground and are attached permanently to a home's plumbing system. An ingenious domestic sprinkler made by Nomad called a 'set-and-forget tractor sprinkler' was used in Australia in the 1950s. Water pressure ensured that the sprinkler slowly moved across a lawn.

Permanently installed systems may often operate on timers or other automated processes. They are occasionally installed with retractable heads for aesthetic and practical reasons (making damage during lawn mowing or other maintenance less likely). These often are programed to operate at certain times of day or on some other schedule.


Underground Sprinklers

Underground sprinklers function through means of basic electronic and hydraulic technology. This valve and all of the sprinklers that will be activated by this valve are known as a zone. Upon activation, the solenoid, which sits on top of the valve is magnetized lifting a small stainless steel plunger in its center. By doing this, the activated (or raised) plunger allows air to escape from the top of a rubber diaphragm located in the center of the valve. Water that has been charged and waiting on the bottom of this same diaphragm now has the higher pressure and lifts the diaphragm. This pressurized water is then allowed to escape down stream of the valve through a series of pipes, usually made of PVC (higher pressure commercial systems) or polyethylene pipe (for typically lower pressure residential systems). At the end of these pipes and flush to ground level (typically) are pre measured and spaced out sprinklers. These sprinklers can be fixed spray heads that have a set pattern and generally spray between 1.5-2m (7 to 15 ft.), full rotating sprinklers that can spray a broken stream of water from 6-12m (20 to 40 ft.), or small drip emitters that release a slow, steady drip of water on more delicate plants such as flowers and shrubs.


Sprinkler Usage

Most irrigation sprinklers are used as part of a sprinkler system, consisting of various plumbing parts, piping and control equipment. Piping is connected to the water source via plumbing fittings and the control system opens and closes valves to provide water on a schedule. The control provided varies depending on the equipment used; some systems are fully automated and even compensate for rain, runoff and evaporation, while others require much more user attention for the same effectiveness.


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