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Irrigation Maintenance in Allen, TX

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We provide complete irrigation services for residential and commercial properties throughout the North DFW area. Our crew can install, maintain, or repair any type of sprinkler system. Let us know if you have questions about landscape irrigation.

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Customers choose our company because we are experts in the industry and have a reputation for providing the best services.

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I've used these guys twice and each time they have been professional, on time and courteous.

Ben Furtado

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The technician came at the appointed time and worked diligently until he found the problem.

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They were able to come out earlier than scheduled due to a cancellation, which I appreciated.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Irrigation is an essential part of any landscaping or gardening project. It keeps plants watered, which helps them stay healthy and grow their best. If you are considering installing an irrigation system in a yard, you should know that it requires more than just turning it on and off. You will also need to maintain it regularly.

Irrigation devices consist of several parts that, when put together correctly and used regularly, will keep a lawn healthy. While some of these parts have a life expectancy that exceeds ten years, others may last only five years. This variety of irrigation parts can make it difficult for inexperienced individuals to track which components need replacing.

If you have never worked on irrigation systems before, it is advisable to let professionals do the job. They can fix problems quickly and efficiently without causing any damage. If you have questions about landscape irrigation or would like to schedule an appointment with our crew, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Faulty sprinklers – If the water is not reaching all lawn areas, it could be due to clogged nozzles or broken sprinkler heads. Remove any debris from the sprinklers and try rotating them manually. If they still do not function properly, replace them.

Broken pipes – A busted irrigation pipe can waste a significant amount of water and may cause damage to a lawn. The first thing you should do is check the water meter. If you notice a spike in usage, there might be an underground leak somewhere.

Inoperable device – If the system has been in use for a while and has not been checked, it may be time to replace the batteries in the control panel. If the irrigation system is not responding to the controller’s commands, there could be a problem with the wiring.

Irrigation systems are designed to last. Many manufacturers will even offer a one-year warranty on their products in case of failure. However, annual maintenance is recommended if you want to get the most out of a system and ensure that it continues to run properly for years to come.

First, an irrigation audit must be conducted by a qualified professional. Our technicians can take measurements and inspect the system to determine if any problems need attention. We check for potential malfunctions and make recommendations.

Then, our technicians perform a sprinkler tune-up. They test each irrigation zone for proper pressure and flow rates, clean all sprinkler heads to ensure adequate coverage, repair or replace any damaged components affecting the system, and program the control panel or timer to adjust the watering cycle.

All irrigation systems should also be serviced before and after every winter. This ensures that the watering device is in good working order and ready to tackle the growing season. A good maintenance plan will help you avoid costly repairs, reduce water waste, and keep a system in pristine condition.

During the winter months, systems will experience freezing temperatures and precipitation. If an irrigation system is not serviced before winter, it will freeze and crack in cold weather. This can cause leaks and landscaping damage. If you live in an area that experiences frost, consider winterizing the sprinkler system.

The best time to start an irrigation system is when the soil temperature is above 50 degrees. For lawns, this can be anywhere from mid-March through early April, depending on where you live. A professional spring start-up service can ensure that all components work appropriately before activating the system.