Maintaining a lawn in Draper Utah is a great way to be appreciated by your neighbors and is often required by an HOA. Maintaining the lawn sprinkler system helps ensure that your lawn continues to look great. Here are some of the most common sprinkler repairs that you may need to keep your sprinklers running correctly. Keep reading for more sprinkler repair Draper
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Sprinkler Repair & Diagnostics
Frequently, sprinklers simply stop working entirely. It is not uncommon for sprinkler heads to become blocked or clogged with debris, preventing water from flowing out of them. This can often be fixed by cleaning the sprinklers or replacing broken sprinkler heads. Some sprinkler systems have a “flow restrictor,” which is used to limit how much water flows through it at any given time in order to prevent damage when the system experiences high demand—for example when several sprinklers are turned on at once it creates pressure and blockage can cause the expensive damage to the sprinkler system and lawn. The flow restrictor may be cleaned or replaced as necessary.
Sprinkler Repair Draper
To prevent sprinkler system problems, you should regularly test sprinklers for proper water pressure and sprinkler distance and alignment from the closest building and landscape features. Problems with sprinkler systems can often be identified by looking at plants: if they are growing poorly, browning out, or not growing where sprinklers regularly spray them, there might be a problem with sprinkler placement or directionality. You can often tell if sprinklers are working properly by observing wet, matted-down ground near them due to overspray.
If you do discover that your sprinkler system is malfunctioning in some way, talk to your Sprinkler Master about sprinkler repair services. We will send a sprinkler repair professional out to inspect your sprinklers and find the issue, whether it is a loose connection or a broken sprinkler head.
Repairs can be expensive if you let the problem sit too long. When you notice an issue act quickly before flooding spreads to the lawn or home.