Monday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Tuesday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Wednesday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday: Closed Sunday: Closed Some DIY amateurs wrongfully assume that the sprinkler maintenance is a simple process they can carry out without seeking professional assistance. When the unit has been inactive, it is usual for different components to malfunction. a) Obstructed Ducts: Pipes could get clogged with debris or sprinkler heads might get damaged by lawn mowers. b) Uneven Watering: Results in wet patches on your property. A head or two needs to be adjusted or a valve be looked at. c) Broken Spray Heads: End up spraying water everywhere. Fix a broken spray head, finding the right adjustable, fixed, specialty nozzles, and revolutionary Rotary nozzles. d) Pressure Fluctuation: Too little pressure will not deliver the water your yard needs, too much pressure wears out your system’s equipment. If control valves and regulators seem fine, the problem could be in the irrigation pipes shifting ground. e) Sputtering Heads: Are due to a pressure problem or a valve developing cracks or clogged with accumulated debris. Pop-up heads also shifting out of position need to be readjusted. Taking the right steps is important in ensuring that the system components are not damaged. f) Dripping Control Valves: Damp areas around pressure regulators and filters could be because of dirt particles, grass clippings, mold or bubbles.
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