Irrigation Repair

Top-notch sprinkler system services from Irrigation Association certified professionals. We inspect everything and provide the tune-up your system needs.

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What is Irrigation Repair / Maintenance?

The maintenance of any automated system or machine is essential. Anything that runs regularly needs regular upkeep to stay efficient and cost-effective.

Our certified technicians will inspect your system, from cross-connection testing to sprinkler nozzles. Sprinkler heads and control valves can break down due to wear and tear. Irrigation maintenance ensures optimal use of your water. Book your repair service with our certified irrigation technicians.

Why Should I Hire a Professional to do Irrigation Maintenance?

Keep your existing system efficient and effective, from basic inspections to critical repairs.

Our expert sprinkler repair service is here to assist you. All components will be verified and adjusted to give optimal water use while maintaining the desired look of your lawn. We inspect everything and provide the tune-up your system needs.

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Activation Services

Make sure that your irrigation system is ready to go as soon as the weather permits with our Activation service.

Have a professional turn on your system, give it a full inspection and make all the necessary adjustments for coverage and programming to make sure your lawn is looking great as soon as possible. Our professional will also note any required repairs or potential changes to the system, provide an estimate for the repairs and/or changes on the spot and in most cases, complete the repairs during the same appointment!

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Irrigation Repair Frequently Asked Question

Frequently asked questions to the certified technicians on our top-notch sprinkler system services.

How do I know if my underground sprinkler system is working?

  1. Find your water meter and ensure it is not turning.
  2. Go to your irrigation timer, turn on a zone, and then look at your water meter. If the water meter is turning, you know water is going to that zone.  You can repeat for all zones to ensure they are all working.
  3. After you have confirmed that the irrigation system is working electronically via the timer, you can then turn on each zone and check to ensure the zone is functioning properly.

How long do underground sprinkler systems last?

They can last about 20 years. Over the past few years, the technology of irrigation systems has changed substantially, and by upgrading your irrigation timer to a Wi-Fi smart timer, you can extend the life of your sprinkler system.  With these timers, your system will run less when the weather is cold and wet, thus causing less wear and tear on the components.

The other thing that can extend the lifespan is having an irrigation professional install or adjust it using best practices.  An improperly built sprinkler system will start costing you money from day one and will not last as long.

How do you find a leak in an underground sprinkler system?

In most cases, you look and listen. Look for water bubbling up, or try to hear it in areas where you have seen a loss in pressure. Another great way to find leaks is during the fall blowout. Air will blow out of the leak and be easy to find. During any service call, such as a blowout or a spring activation, you can ask your irrigation professional to look for leaks and document any areas of concern.

Can a sprinkler system leak when it's turned off?

Yes, if the mainline to the irrigation system is still open. Simply turning off the timer may not suffice. If debris is stuck in one of the control valves, water will continually weep out of the lowest head on the zone (typically). Often, we get calls from clients saying a sprinkler is leaking because water will not stop dripping from it. It is the control valve that’s leaking, not the sprinklers. Regardless, if you suspect your system is wasting water, it’s best to close the primary shutoff valve (usually inside your house on the irrigation mainline) and call a professional.