Backflow Testing -
BackFlow Testing is required by the state law, and needs to be done once a year. We will perform all the proper backflow testing processes that are required per state law.
Spring Start-Up / Winterization
Spring Start-up begins in March and early April. We begin this process by slowly priming all irrigation lines to eliminate any trapped air inside the irrigation lines which can cause pipes, fittings, valves, or sprinkler heads to crack. We check each sprinkler head for proper alignment and adjust as needed, clean any clogged nozzles, trim or uncover any overgrown valve boxes /sprinkler heads. We also check for leaks and insure the control clock is functioning and set at the desired watering times. All problems will be flagged and reviewed with home owner before any repairs are made.
Winterizing takes place late October through November. We will blow out irrigation lines using a high pressure air system. We drain the backflow valve and shut off the water supply to your irrigation system. This will help to prevent water from freezing in the irrigation lines, backflow, and valves which will cause cracks
As with all mechanical systems, there may come a point in time when your irrigation system will need repair. It may be a sprinkler head that is leaking, or not turning. Or it may be a geyser in your front yard that is causing major flooding. Whether the problem is big or small, our highly trained, professional staff can handle it all. Call us today to schedule a time for repairs to your irrigation system.
We have several Maintenance Programs to choose from. Our most popular program is the “Full Service” option, which includes a multitude of services, including four site visits to ensure all components of your system are working correctly all year long.
Full Service maintenance program includes:
1) Spring Start-Up • Activate water and property walk through to check for leaks and inefficiencies • Thorough check and adjustment of all sprinkler heads and drip pipe • Change watering times to best suit the weather conditions for the season • Backflow Testing where required
2) Seasonal changes: Spring to Summer Transition • Thorough check and adjustment of all sprinkler heads and drip pipe • Change watering times to best suit the weather conditions for the season
3) Seasonal changes: Summer to Fall Transition • Thorough check and adjustment of all sprinkler heads and drip pipe • Change watering times to best suit the weather conditions for the season
4) System winterization • Purge all irrigation lines by use of a low pressure/high volume air compressor