In a place as warm and arid as Texas, proper irrigation for your landscaping is critical. Without the right irrigation for your lawn and plants, you’ll end up with dead, dying, or patchy landscaping.
There are several common sprinkler issues that are relatively quick and easy repairs. Some of the problems can be prevented with adequate preventative maintenance. If your sprinkler system was already in place when you bought your property, a licensed professional from Texas Rainmakers can come out and take a look. While at your property, we can run a full diagnostic check-up of your system, identify issues, help you set up your preferences, and show you how to get the most from your system.
If your sprinkler heads get clogged up with mud, dirt, grass, etc, it can cause issues in your water pressure. This means the landscaping you need to water won’t get as much as it needs. You’ll see more of a misting than a showering if you’ve got a debris clog.
Water pressure issues can also be caused by broken or damaged valves, hard water build up in the moving parts of the sprinkler heads, breaks in the pipes, or water source pressure issues. If your internal systems show signs of low water pressure, it’s likely not an issue with your sprinklers.
DIY or Hire?
Some of these jobs are easy enough to fix on your own, but most will need the attention of a professional. At Texas Rainmakers, we’re here to help you get the most from your sprinkler system every year. Give us a call to set up your consultation.
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