Irrigation Sprinkler System Repair

Published on: February 29, 2012

Many people don’t have the time necessary for the tedious task of watering their lawns and flowers. Spraying hoses and moving sprinklers from one side of the lawn to the other to ensure everything gets watered can be time consuming. For this reason, many people are choosing to install irrigation sprinkler systems that are operate automatically using timers. This is a convenient way to make sure your lawn gets the right amount of water it needs at times that do not interfere with you being outside.

But sometimes these systems break down and repairs are necessary. Most sprinkler or irrigation system problems occur because of either a clogged line or the sprinkler head is broken. Both issues can be easily repaired by a landscape professional. You can try to fix it yourself, but you do not want to make a bad situation worse. Remember, many of these problems are underground which may mean digging up the pipes to see where a leak or a blockage might be.

Unfortunately, you might not realize you need to repair your system until you go to use it for the first time once the warm weather arrives. This can be frustrating, but better to find it and fix it quickly so you are not stuck all season with no watering system to help you care for your lawn.

In some cases, you may have to replace the system if the problem is beyond a quick fix or a minor replacement. If that happens, you definitely want to enlist the help of a professional to avoid making a mess out of your lawn trying to dig up everything. The last thing you want is to have the repair or replacement cost more than it should because you have to redo your entire lawn.

Was this article helpful?
Yes :)No :(