Frequently Asked Questions

 

  • Q. What are your hours?
  • A. Our store hours are Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 5pm, and Saturdays from 8am – 12pm. *We are closed on Saturdays from October – February.

 

  • Q. Where are you located?
  • A. Our physical address is 2509 Hwy 105, Brenham, TX 77833. We’re about halfway between Houston and Austin, approximately 4 hours south of Dallas/Fort Worth, and around 3 hours east of San Antonio. This is our only location, and we’ve been here since we opened in 1985!

 

  • Q. What areas do you service?
  • A. Our service area extends to within 150 miles of our location in Brenham, TX.

 

  • Q. Do you install and/or service residential irrigation systems?
  • A. While we do sell components for residential irrigation systems, we do not install or service them. However, upon request, we can provide a list of companies in the Washington County, TX area that do.

 

  • Q. Can you ship an order?
  • A. Of course! We ship all over the country via USPS, UPS Ground, and UPS Freight. Don’t forget to check out our online store, atsirrigationstore.com!

 

  • Q. Do you sell to the general public?
  • A. Yes, we do. We don’t limit our sales to just companies and businesses; we sell to everyone.

 

  • Q. When is the best time to plan an irrigation system?
  • A. As an irrigation business, late spring through mid-fall is our busiest time of year. Our store is busy, our phones are ringing, and our crew is out every day working on jobs. The best time of year to plan for an upcoming irrigation system is in our off-season, mid-fall through early spring.

 

  • Q. Do you work on Kifco or AgRain water reels, and/or sell parts for them?
  • No, we no longer sell, work on, or carry parts for the Kifco and AgRain brands of water reels. We recommend you contact Lee County Ace Hardware in Giddings, as they are a current dealer and do sell parts.

 

  • Q. I want to plan out an irrigation system. What information do I need to get started?
  • A. The foundation of any irrigation system is of course, water. If you already have a water source in place, you will need to know how much water you have available (GPM, gallons per minute), and how much pressure you have (PSI, pounds per square inch). Since different irrigation systems require different amounts of water and work on different pressure ranges, these are the most important pieces of information to have when you start planning a system.