Our Most In-Demand Irrigation Repair Services
Broken Sprinkler Head Repair
Sprinkler heads break. They can be hit by low mower blades, cracked by flying rocks or simply fail over time. While the repair is usually quick, it is extremely important. A broken sprinkler head won’t work properly and can cause the entire system to go out of whack. When we repair sprinkler heads, we look at the cause of the damage and adjust the riser depth to prevent it from happening again.
Sticky Valve Repair
Valves stick due to wear and tear or because debris gets stuck in the diaphragm. A simple debris clean out will often fix the problem, and is something our techs can teach you how to do on your own. Wear and tear, on the other hand, often means the need to replace a failed rubber diaphragm, a burnt out solenoid or corroded wire leads. We are diagnostic experts and can easily identify what needs to be fixed and whether it is a problem that could have been prevented.
Underground Leak Repair
Broken distribution lines can be a costly problem, and one you may not notice until you get a huge water bill. We have ground penetrating leak detection equipment that will allow us to pinpoint your leak quickly and get it under control. Sometimes the leak is due to a faulty line seal, but more often than not, it is due to invasive tree roots or settling issues. In the case of a tree root, we might suggest rerouting the line to prevent future issues.
Wire Corrosion Repair
Wires that weren’t properly sealed during sprinkler system installation can corrode over time. If your system suddenly stops working and there are no other symptoms, this could be the problem. Our professional irrigation repair techs will track the wiring to the corroded lead, expose the problem wire, and replace it.