Moore Sprinkler Company

at 10203 Plano Rd Suite 118, Dallas, 75238 United States

Lawn Sprinkler Systems ,Drainage, and Landscape Lighting

Moore Sprinkler Company
10203 Plano Rd Suite 118
Dallas , TX 75238
United States
Contact Phone
P: (214) 341-9449


Serving the DFW area since 1975. We service, design, and install residential and commercial lawn sprinkler systems that meet all of the state requirements. We also design and install low voltage landscape lighting.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 17:00
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 17:00
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 17:00
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 17:00
  • Fridays: 08:00- 17:00

General Info

All of our employees are licensed by the state of Texas irrigation technicians.

Company Rating

6 Facebook users were in Moore Sprinkler Company. It's a 38 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Professional services category in Dallas, Texas

104 FB users likes Moore Sprinkler Company, set it to 76 position in Likes Rating for Dallas, Texas in Professional services category

Do you know how to "Winterize" your irrigation system? Here are some tips to help your system during the freezing weather. 1. Insulate your assets: Shut off the water supply to the irrigation system. The main shut off valve for your irrigation system needs to be protected against freezing. Make sure it is wrapped with insulation (foam insulation tape and a plastic bag) to protect it from harsh winter temperatures and prevent it from freezing. If you do not have a main shut off valve, you might consider installing one as a preventative investment. Also, any above ground piping needs to be insulated. Self-sticking foam-insulating tape or foam insulating tubes commonly found at home supply stores are fine. 2. Stay in control: If you have an automatic system then you will need to "shut down" the controller (timer). Most controllers have a "rain-mode" which simply shuts off the signals to the valves. The controller continues to keep time, the programming information isn't lost (start times, valve run times, etc.) and the clock continues to run throughout the winter.The only change is that the valves will not activate. If your controller is responsible for activating a pump, as a precaution you should remove the wires that are connected to the MV (Master Valve) and common terminals. This will prevent the possibility of the pump being accidentally activated which could cause damage from overheating. An alternative to using the rain mode is simply to shut off the power to the controller. If you do, you'll need to reprogram the time and potentially all your other settings as well, in the spring.

Published on 2015-01-07 20:07:30 GMT

Receiving reviews like this from our clients puts a smile on our faces. "They installed a new sprinkler system in our backyard, and they did a great job. We haven't had any problems with it. We were recommended Moore by a friend. I would give them an A+. They did a good job." Check our more of our reviews online, or give us your reivew to share. We thank all our clients in advance for your loyalty for over 40 years.

Published on 2015-01-05 21:04:09 GMT

Moore Sprinkler Company has a position open for an office assistant / scheduler. The job would include: assisting office manager with light office duties, answering incoming calls and scheduling service calls and estimates. 8 am - 3 pm Monday - Friday. If you are interested in this position or know someone who sounds like a good fit, please give our office a call or email us at

Published on 2014-11-18 19:08:47 GMT

Right now is a great time to have your sprinkler systems checked before winter! Most of us run our sprinklers in the wee hours of the morning or late at night. We may not see that a missing head is creating a geyser in our yard or that water is pooling in the flowerbed after all of those new fall plantings. Call our office today for an appointment! We will be happy to serve you:)

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