We install non obtrusive irrigation systems which save you time and money!

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Landscaping is a wise investment

According to a study by "", The landscaping of a home raises it's average resale value by 15%! No other home improvement project has that kind of recovery!

Landscaping = 100-200% recovery rate
Kitchen remodel = 75-125% recovery rate
Bathroom remodel = 20-120% recovery rate
Swimming pool = 20-50% recovery rate

Whether you are looking to sell your home or just spruce up for the season, Martin Landscape has the experience and equipment to do the job right!

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Our fine landscapes are designed to provide an elegant atmosphere every season of the year.

Click the link or picture below to read some of our seasonal recommendations to maximize your landscapes health and beauty.

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Stephen Martin

29 Sewall Street

Marblehead, MA, 01945




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We are designers and installers of quality Rain Bird irrigation systems which ensure your landscape receives the proper watering even when you're not home. An in ground irrigation system is a means to keep your landscape investment green through the season without the hassle of dragging tangled hoses across your yard every 30 minutes. All while saving you time and money!







Why purchase an automatic sprinkler system?

  • SAVE TIME: Your system will do all the watering for you.
  • SAVE WATER: An automatic rain sensing system uses less water than watering by hand.
  • SAVE MONEY: Your water bills will be lower than by hand watering and your plants will live longer.
  • REST EASY: The Rain Bird name is your assurance of quality, value, and performance

Keep your grass green, and your wallet greener




Helpful Water Conservation Tips


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  • Early morning watering is best to reduce evaporative losses and to discourage fungus

  • To encourage a deep root system and discourage weed growth and fungus, water once or twice per week.

  • Water only when turf and plants need it. This would depend on weather conditions, plant types and soil conditions such as sandy, clay or heavy. Support local water conservation requirements (such as watering bans).

  • Encourage new plants and turf with adequate moisture but, reduce watering of  mature grass and plants to go allow them to go dormant during dry spells

  • Plant perennial gardens, meadows, or woodlands to reduce turf areas.

  • Choose drought tolerant species when planting

  • Improve water retention by adding compost and organic matter to soil. Blanket bare soils with mulch or compost to reduce evaporation

  • Collect water in rain barrels for outside watering use

  • Using a hose without a nozzle is an inefficient way to water. It delivers water much more quickly than the landscape can absorb it, causing runoff that wastes water and carries away precious topsoil. Installing an irrigation system minimizes costly run off while ensuring your plants receive the water they need deep in their roots. If you must use a hose, make sure to attach a hose nozzle so water comes out in a spray and can easily be turned off when not in use.

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