With our Maintenance Program our technicians will go through your Sprinkler System every other month, zone by zone to make sure that your lawn is getting even, and adequate water coverage. If you have broken *sprinkler heads we will replace them for FREE if you are on our Maintenance Program
*sprinkler head replacement is limited to 5 per year on Bi-monthly schedule.
10 sprinkler head replacements per year on monthly program.
Monthly/Bi-Monthly Irrigation Maintenance Program
Go through each zone and adjusting sprinkler heads to ensure head to head coverage.
Replace broken sprinkler heads for FREE
Set irrigation controllers for correct watering times, and duration
Seasonal adjustments to watering schedules.
Inspecting valves, rain sensor, and controller
Technician will leave notes explaining what adjustments, and repairs were performed on your system after each visit
Any additional repairs needed beyond what is covered on the Maintenance Program are discounted 15% off
April- Spring start-up
June- Seasonal adjustment
Aug - Seasonal adjustment
Most homeowners have busy schedules, and find it challenging to stay on top of the needs of their sprinkler systems. Your irrigation system just like your vehicles need regular adjustments, and maintenance. Our Irrigation Maintenance Program takes that hassle away, and minimizes the risk of costly repairs.
Over 50% of your water consumption comes from your irrigation system. A poorly maintained system can result in much of this water being wasted to runoff, and evaporation. Maintaining, and having regular adjustments to your irrigation system conserves water, and reduces costly irrigation watering bills as well.
With seasonal weather changes adjusting your irrigation system as needed can make the difference of a green healthy lawn, or a lawn with brown dead areas of turf. Lawn mowers, and weed eaters are constantly breaking sprinkler heads, but also brushing up against sprinkler heads can change the direction, or arc of the head. This will lead to uneven water coverage as well as changing the direction of the spray pattern causing water to runoff sidewalks, and in the streets.