Planned Sprinkler Maintenance
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Problems we can manage:
Broken sprinkler heads
Leaking sprinkler lines
Dry spots developing throughout the lawn
Controller is dysfunctional or not turning on
Well pump isn’t working properly
System won’t turn on or not working
Water puddles forming in yard or excessive run-off
Planned Sprinkler Maintenance involves adjusting your sprinkler heads to ensure that they are providing the water coverage your lawn needs to look healthy and beautiful. Brown spots or dead grass appears when sprinkler heads are not functioning properly, or not facing in the right direction.
When sprinkler heads are not functioning properly, or they’re not facing the right direction, the results may appear as dead grass or brown spots in the yard.
Learn About ATZ Irrigation’s Planned Maintenance.
A brown spot is a dry spot that bugs and weeds love. The yard will degrade to the point where the bugs and weeds will simply take over and kill the lawn. Read our article regarding brown spots, click on How Much Brown Can Your Lawn Tolerate?
The key to a healthy green lawn is not to allow any brown spots to begin in the first place. A regularly scheduled maintenance program will help in keeping your irrigation system in tip-top condition which will keep those brown spots from appearing.
Irrigation Systems Age!
The longer an irrigation system remains in operation, the more it needs periodic maintenance to keep it working efficiently. As the sprinkler system ages, the sprinkler heads may become misaligned, clogged, or damaged by lawn care services.
Periodic Maintenance, Worry Free Protection!
Our Planned Sprinkler System Maintenance is offered every 30 days, 60 days and 90 days.
ATZ Irrigation Planned Maintenance checks for:
Leaky Sprinkler Pipes/Valves/Heads
Broken Sprinkler Pipes/Valves/Heads
Run Over From Sprinkler Repair
Location of Sprinkler Valves
Lawn coverage Issues
Leaks under Driveway
Rain sensor malfunctioning
Sprinkler heads that are too low/too high