We are a professional irrigation system sales and installation company serving middle America.

Corner-to-Corner Irrigation System
Soybean Crop Irrigation Hastings NB


If you’re looking for irrigation services near Nebraska, USA, you’ve come to the right place. Western Irrigation has a team of authorized dealers, designers, and installers who have delivered superior service and supplies since 1985. You can rely on us to integrate the latest technology, equipment, and industry knowledge at every stage of the installation process.
We set up various services for residential, commercial, and agricultural customers, from electric valves to control systems. One of our most essential and effective services is Subsurface Drip Irrigation, SDI. SDI is a low-pressure, high-efficiency system that uses drip tape to manage water crop needs. SDI results in higher yields, lower operation costs, and dramatically reduces your impact on the environment.


You’ll find everything quite systematic here! When you work with us, our expert staff will come and evaluate your property. Using GPS tracking, we’ll map out the elevation and terrain changes on your land. After that, we’ll prepare a quote based on our assessment for your approval before we get to work.

While we’re based in Garden City, KS, we perform services throughout Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, New Mexico, Iowa, and Missouri. We’ve even traveled all the way to Delaware. Wherever you are, that’s where we’ll be. Western Irrigation believes in creating long-lasting relationships with customers and takes every step to ensure prompt customer service. We’ll always return your call the same business day and take the time to send you an estimate within 24 hours of your request.


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Can I install a subsurface drip system myself?
Yes, you can install a subsurface drip system yourself, but it requires a bit of planning and some manual work. A subsurface drip system, or a drip irrigation system, is a method of watering plants where the water is delivered directly to the root zone, minimizing evaporation and runoff. This system can be particularly beneficial for areas with water restrictions or for those wanting to conserve water.
Before installing a subsurface drip system, it’s important to plan out your irrigation zones based on the watering needs of your plants, the type of soil, and the landscape’s slope. You’ll also need to measure your garden or lawn to determine how much drip line you’ll need. The installation process generally involves laying down the drip line in your predetermined zones, attaching the drip line to the water source, and installing an emitter at each plant location. Keep in mind that you’ll also need to account for elements like filters to prevent clogging, pressure regulators, and a backflow preventer to protect your drinking water.