Professional Irrigation Repair Service
ABC lawn care professionals can service all working parts of a lawn sprinkler system including:
- Back Flow Preventers Repair & Installation (PVB)
- Sprinkler Valve Repair & Locating
- Sprinkler Head Repair & Installation
- Sprinkler Leak Detection & Repair
- Sprinkler Wiring Repair & Troubleshooting
- Sprinkler Controller Repair & Installation
- Sprinkler Redesign
- Add a New Sprinkler Zone
- Move Sprinkler Heads
We can also map your existing above-ground system to provide a starting point for enhancements or any needed repair. Once your irrigation system is fully operational, we can provide maintenance to address any potential issues early on and make adjustments as needed.
ABC’s trained experts will ensure your sprinkler system is running smoothly by:
- Performing a series of checks on all parts and equipment
- Adjusting and cleaning sprinkler heads
- Making adjustments to ensure the system is cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly
Understanding the ins and outs of your sprinkler system is key in maintaining a healthy lawn. That’s why ABC sprinkler repair experts focus on what your irrigation system needs so that your system performs at its best and saves you money on your water bills. Contact us today for a consultation.
Repairing an irrigation system can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t have the proper tools or knowledge to fix it yourself. Our annual sprinkler system service agreement can help you rest easy, knowing that the highly-trained staff at ABC will fix any problems which may arise.
The best thing you can do as a homeowner is make sure your sprinkler system is functioning properly. If there are signs that your irrigation system should be checked out, it’s best to act quickly to avoid serious problems.
Can ABC create a maintenance schedule?
Yes. Your ABC lawn care expert can work with you to schedule regular service visits.
What’s the best time to water my lawn?
It’s best to water your lawn early in the morning. During the first part of the day, there is less wind and it is cooler than later on, and your lawn has the chance to completely dry over the course of the day. Watering in the afternoon is less efficient than in the morning since evaporation rates are higher. Also, watering at night can lead to the development of mildew and fungus.
How much should I water?
Your ABC lawn expert can advise you on the appropriate schedule for watering and recommend how much time to program for each of your stations. Some of the factors we take into account are what time of year it is, your soil type, what type of sprinkler heads you have, what species of grass is in your yard, and your sun exposure.