Rainscapes® Acquires Duck Irrigation to create largest irrigation contractor in area

Clint Allison

Clint Allison

Maryville-based Rainscapes® recently acquired Knoxville-based Duck Irrigation to create the largest irrigation contractor in the Greater Knoxville area with a customer base of more than 4,000. As part of the acquisition, Duck Irrigation has been consolidated under the Rainscapes’ organization, which will honor all prior servicing agreements.

“Rainscapes is delighted to unite with Duck Irrigation, which will allow us even more resources and professional expertise to help customers with any irrigation installation or servicing project,” said Rainscapes President Clint Allison.

The only national Irrigation Association Certified Contractor in East Tennessee, Rainscapes offers diverse residential and commercial irrigation products and services, including system installations, seasonal irrigation maintenance and landscape lighting and design.

As water conservation is an integral part of the irrigation industry, Rainscapes’ Clint Allison is proud to be designated an Environmental Protection Agency WaterSense® Partner. Rainscapes is the only irrigation company headquartered in East Tennessee that has a staff member with the WaterSense® Partner designation.

“Rainscapes differentiates itself from other irrigation providers with a focus on credentialed services and professionalism,” said Allison. “For example, when someone calls Rainscapes during business hours, a representative will not only answer the call, but also schedule appointments; we take great pride in honoring our scheduled appointment times.”

A Rain Bird select contractor, Rainscapes’ portfolio of work includes the University of Tennessee at Knoxville football practice field, baseball field, soccer field and aquatic center; Stokely Athletic Center; Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame; Ruby Tuesday’s Corporate Headquarters; Blackberry Farms; Tennessee National Entrance and Lee University.

East Tennessee native Clint Allison founded Rainscapes in 1996. He received his Bachelor’s degree in agricultural-ornamental horticulture and landscape design from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

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