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Irrigation Repair in Richardson, 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.

Linda Powell

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

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An irrigation system is a network of underground pipes, sprinkler heads, and valves that deliver water to the landscape. Irrigation systems are designed to hydrate the vegetation at specific intervals. They can be programmed to water only at certain times of day to reduce waste and save money.

It is hard to determine the exact life expectancy of a sprinkler system in Richardson. However, most experts agree that the average lifespan of an irrigation device is between 15 to 20 years before major repairs are needed. Even if an older unit has been operating flawlessly, some issues may need to be addressed.

A malfunctioning irrigation system can cause damage to the landscape, lead to water waste, and increase utility bills. Fortunately, our qualified technicians can help. Our team can quickly identify and fix any problems with a sprinkler system so you can enjoy a lush green lawn again. We also offer assessments for all types of repairs in Richardson.

Patchy lawn – If a yard in Richardson has a patchy or uneven lawn, it could be because there is too much water on one side and not enough on another. To fix this problem, we can adjust the sprinkler heads and modify the irrigation coverage of the watering equipment. It may take some time to do this correctly because there are usually multiple sprinklers in each zone.

High water bill – If there is an increase in the water bill, it may be due to a broken underground pipe. To determine if this is the case, check the water meter before and after irrigating the lawn. It is safe to rule out a leaky pipe if there is no difference between the readings. However, if the reading increases significantly, there is likely a busted irrigation line underground.

Sputtering heads – A faulty sprinkler will not deliver enough water to hydrate the area where it is located, causing the grass around that sprinkler head to dry out and die. If the nozzles are sputtering or spitting water instead of spraying evenly over the lawn, it might be time for a sprinkler repair.

01. Assessment – The first step in the sprinkler repair process is thoroughly assessing the irrigation system. This evaluation allows us to identify any issues contributing to irrigation system problems. We then create an action plan to repair the watering device and to keep it operating at peak efficiency.

02. Repair – If simple fixes can be made, such as replacing a broken sprinkler head or repairing a damaged pipe, they will be performed without needing a full-scale project. However, if the problem is more complex and requires the replacement of major components, we may need to replace the entire unit.

03. Maintenance – Regular upkeep is essential to keep the sprinkler system operating correctly and to avoid disrepairs at an inopportune moment. Our company in Richardson offers seasonal maintenance plans and one-time inspections so that you can rest assured knowing the lawn is being taken care of.

Winterization – The process of winterizing an irrigation system involves making sure that all of the components are adequately prepared for cold weather of Richardson. Winterization can be challenging because it requires knowledge of sprinkler systems, tools, and resources. The winterization should be done by an experienced professional who understands how to perform this task adequately.

Spring start-up – The growing season in Richardson begins when many irrigation units are activated. The spring start-up process can be stressful for the equipment and should be done carefully. Water should be applied slowly and at low pressure, with close monitoring of the system for leaks. If you have doubts about activating an irrigation system, contact a specialist before turning on the water supply.

Backflow testing – Backflow prevention devices are used on sprinkler systems to protect public health. The device prevents contamination from entering the potable water supply. If a backflow problem exists, there may be health risks associated with consuming contaminated drinking water. Backflow testing can help detect potential hazards.