Your guide to sprinkler system repair and maintenance

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Planning ahead

Things to know before you get started.
6 Steps to Sprinkler System Repair
  1. 1. Maintain sprinkler heads

    Sprinkler heads do the bulk of the work and they naturally are the first parts to show wear over time. They also get clogged by sediment.

  2. 2. Replace sprinkler heads

    Since this component has complex, small moving parts, sometimes it is easier and more cost efficient to replace it. Your pro will also know the right place to buy to right parts.

  3. 3. Optimize water flow

    Sometimes sprinkler heads are just fine but the water is still not flowing well. A pro knows how to differentiate between a mechanical failure and a water pressure problem.

  4. 4. Fix valve leaks near electricity

    These parts are connected to both the water and electrical system and need a licensed pro to do the job right.

  5. 5. Fix broken pipes

    Repairing broken pipes requires a lot of digging and specialized equipment to cut and install new PVC pipes. A pro will get the job done quickly, efficiently, and correctly.

  6. 6. Winterize your sprinkler system

    Hiring a professional contractor in the fall prevents cracked or burst pipes, saving your both time and money when spring arrives.

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