Are you tired of uneven spray patterns? High or low water pressure? Puddles on your lawn or around your sprinkler heads with no clear water source? You may have a damaged irrigation system. Whether you’ve got a broken spray head or had a faulty sprinkler installation by a company who’s left you high and dry (with a soaked lawn), we’re here to help.
We’ve got years of experience fixing underground sprinkler issues, and we’ll provide a free estimate for our sprinkler repair services.
How To Avoid Damage To Your Underground Irrigation System
Regular Sprinkler Maintenance
Scheduled sprinkler maintenance can help keep up with the regular wear and tear that all underground sprinkler systems endure. A well-maintained sprinkler system will do a great job at keeping your home’s curb appeal intact. More importantly, it can help you avoid a major sprinkler system repair.
Proper Winterization By A Professional
An easy way to avoid a major irrigation system repair is to have a professional open and close your sprinkler system each year. Proper winterization can help avoid underground pipe bursts which lead to a Google search for ‘home sprinkler system repair near me’ when you’re trying to get your system operating in the spring.
What To Do When You Have A Broken Sprinkler System
First, it’s important to immediately turn off the control valve of your sprinkler system, so you don’t waste water. A sprinkler system issue won’t cause any long-lasting damage to your lawn, but it might take a while to dry out, depending on the weather. Our team will be on-site as soon as we can to determine the cause of the problem. Some issues can be as simple as a broken sprinkler head, while others can be a problem with the underground sprinkler system itself.