Municipal Sprinkler Systems

Sprinkler Systems for Ball Fields and Parks

Sprinkler Systems for Ball Fields and Parks

Supplemental water is necessary when natural rainfall is not sufficient enough to keep turf healthy after the soil has dried out. Temperature, sunlight, wind, humidity, and natural rainfall are climatic factors that help determine the amount of irrigation that is needed. In a four season state like New Jersey, a proper irrigation system is vital to the health of fields.

Whether a baseball field, soccer field, or park, consistent water supply is crucial to maintain the grounds. All types of fields need water or irrigation for growth and repair. Fields can’t always rely on nature to provide the water supply, so installing an automatic irrigation system is a priority in field construction and maintenance.

Convenience: A custom-designed field sprinkler system guarantees that your landscaping will receive regular and adequate hydration at the optimal time of the day for the best results. You can rest assured that all fields will be properly irrigated for optimal growth and health, no matter the sport season!

Conservation: J&C Irrigation considers conservation and economy in the design and installation of your in-ground irrigation system. We design with careful attention to eliminating water waste and over-watering. You are assured that your fields and parks’ watering needs have been efficiently provided for.

Why Choose J&C Irrigation for your installation?


A tradition of excellence since 1979

Trained Personnel

Our expert installation crew will design a system specifically geared for your property’s watering needs

Adherence to Local Codes

Water connections are made by a licensed plumber and include a code-approved backflow preventer

Name-Brand Components

Only professional-grade sprinkler heads and controllers are used in our installations such as Toro, Hunter and Rainbird

Water Efficiency

Systems designed to latest guidelines, including matched precipitation sprinklers for even coverage without water waste. Rain sensors are installed to shut down the system during rainy weather. Weather Stations are designed to change watering times due to temperature changes.