Irrigation systems periodically require maintenance and repair in order to operate effectively and efficiently. Spending a little on preventive irrigation system maintenance may save you a lot on later costly repairs or unnecessarily high water bills. Reasons for sprinkler system maintenance or repair include:
- Have you noticed leaks or excessively wet areas when the system is not running.
- Sprinkler heads broken, missing, or not spraying correctly.
- Controller, rain sensor, or timer working incorrectly.
- Water bills excessively high.
- Plant, tree, or turf health problems such as brown patches on lawn, excessive amount of leaves missing from sections of trees, chronic pest or disease problems on flowers, grasses, and foliage.
- Your irrigation system has no maintenance history.
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Contact a licensed irrigation contractor if your lawn sprinkler system or landscape fits any of the above criteria. A licensed irrigator will inspect all aspects of your system including the irrigation controller, piping, spray heads, valves, emitters, battery, wiring, rain sensor, spray patterns, zoning, and current irrigation schedule. They will check to make sure all features of your system are working correctly and will adjust your irrigation schedule so it is appropriately set for the watering needs of the time of year. If you do not already have a regular maintenance schedule for your lawn sprinkler system, an irrigation specialist can provide you with one. Pricing for irrigation system repairs or maintenance will vary by the type of repair needed along with size and complexity of the system.