Sprinkler systems need a lot of maintenance to maintain good working order. These are precision machines that are designed to deliver exactly the right amount of irrigation to your plants as is necessary. Because all of the parts work together, one glitch in the system can have a catastrophic effect on how all the other parts work. This is why our Galveston irrigation repair crew suggests having your system calibrated at least twice a year – once in spring and once at the end of the summer. With the recent cold snaps in the winter, we also suggest a winterizing to keep your backflow device from being damaged.
There are plenty of things that can go wrong with a sprinkler system that isn't well maintained. They range from small problems with sprinkler heads to underground leaks that can add hundreds of dollars to your water bill every month. We can identify signs of most of these problems before they occur and save you an emergency call or an unexpectedly high bill.
If you currently don't use a rain sensor system, you need one. These sensors will prevent your sprinklers from running when it isn't necessary. There are individual sensors that can be added to every sprinkler head that work on a expanding diaphragm system and a single monitor station type that acts as a remote sensor for a controller based system. In either case, the end result is the same – a system that doesn't water when it isn't necessary. You save cash and your yard looks better.
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Tired of fighting with your sick, brown lawn? Our sod installers can replace it with a lush, green one in only a day or two. We use native sod formulations that thrive in Galveston's climate and take deep root to combat erosion. Speak with us today to learn if it's time to lay some sod in your yard.