Lawn Sprinkler Repair
Many homeowners are turning to innovative irrigation systems and lawn sprinkler systems to bring fresh life into their landscapes and achieve a green lawn. If you’ve recently built an in-ground sprinkler system in your yard or garden, you’ll want to make sure it continues to function correctly in the future. At some point in its existence, every system will require repair. You can address any underlying problems before they become more serious by investing in skilled repairs. We at All American Sprinklers can handle any size or style of lawn sprinkler repair.
Our skilled and trained specialists are always available to help you with any irrigation repair. Low water pressure, clogged sprinkler head, sprinkler leaks, valve malfunctions, insufficient coverage, and wire connections issues are among problems we specialize in diagnosing and repairing. Give us a call at 954-642-6680 for a free consultation and to know more about our services.
How Does a Lawn Sprinkler System Work?
Lawn sprinkler systems are an excellent way to keep your grass healthy and well-watered. Water is distributed to property owners through the city water supply in most neighborhoods. From the water main, a smaller-capacity supply line connects to your residence. The number of gallons flowing through the supply line is recorded by a water meter. A second connection between the meter and your home is established, giving water to your lawn sprinkler system. A device prevents water from draining back into the main supply line, and the water is kept under pressure behind the sprinkler system valve to prevent back-flow. The valve opens when it gets a signal from the electronic irrigation controller, and water is directed to the sprinkler heads, which then pop up and spray.
We at All American Sprinklers take lawn irrigation and sprinkler systems very seriously. Call us if you need your residential or commercial lawn irrigated, your sprinkler systems serviced, or repaired one of your lawn sprinkler systems.
Common Lawn Sprinkler Repair Issues
A lawn sprinkler system keeps your landscape healthy and beautiful all year. Unfortunately, due to the varied weather conditions of outdoor existence in Florida, it becomes less efficient and may eventually fail. When you switch on a properly designed and programmed sprinkler system, it will consistently supply the right amount of water to your lawn. However, like any other device in or around your home, it has to be serviced or repaired from time to time. The following are some of the most prevalent lawn sprinkler system problems:
Sprinkler System Leaks
Sprinkler leaks can waste a lot of water, causing your power bills to increase.
Clogged Sprinkler Heads
Dirt and debris can accumulate in the filter and nozzles of your lawn sprinklers over time. If little or no water escapes the nozzle when the irrigation system is running, it could be due to a clogged sprinkler head.
Broken Sprinkler Pipes
A damaged pipe can be identified by gushing water, a moist spot, or a green patch of grass than the rest of your yard. Professionals can help to correct the affected area after exposing, cleaning, and repairing the damage, ensuring that your lawn returns to its former lush, green, and healthy state in the shortest period possible.
Irrigation system wiring might be challenging to understand. Our trained sprinkler technicians at All American Sprinkler can inspect your wiring for spliced or damaged wires and repair them. To find valves and run necessary wires and piping, all technicians use the most up-to-date with piping techniques and wire tracking technology.
We at All American Sprinkler have successfully addressed nearly every sprinkler problem imaginable as South Florida’s most trusted and reliable sprinkler repair specialists.
How Much Does It Cost to Repair a Lawn Sprinkler System?
Cracked pipes and sprinkler heads are relatively inexpensive to fix, and what appears to be a significant issue could simply be a malfunctioning controller rather than a system-wide issue. In these situations, it’s more practical to fix what’s broken. Repairing parts every few weeks or months, on the other hand, might quickly add up to more than the cost of installing a new system.
Sprinkler system repair experts will bill you for their time and labor, as well as the parts required to resolve your irrigation issue. When parts need to be replaced, expect to pay anywhere from 30% to 100% more than the part price to cover labor charges. Repairs are typically covered by a six-month to a one-year warranty, with some parts having an extended warranty.
At All American Sprinkler, we make sure to check all parts of your sprinkler system, minimizing the need for constant fixes!
What's the Best Way to Fix My Lawn Sprinkler System?
Sprinklers make watering easy, but we understand that maintaining them when they break is less appealing. Many aspects go into fixing a sprinkler system, but the first step is to figure out what has to be fixed and where the problem is located. The rest is quite simple once the initial assessment is completed; it just requires a little effort.
Setting up a maintenance contract with your sprinkler system installation is the most straightforward approach to care for your sprinkler system. We recommend that you call our team to visit at least twice a year to check that everything is in working condition and replace or repair anything broken.
Sprinkler systems are maintained in various methods but should all be checked at least once a month since some towns and states require you to have your system inspected regularly. For your monthly inspection to be valid, it must be done by a competent inspection company. All American Sprinklers experts are licensed and insured. We use a compressor to remove any remaining water and guarantee that the pipes are safe to use for several months.
Looking for the best lawn sprinkler repair service? Call us at 954-642-6680 today for a free consultation to schedule an onsite inspection.