FAQs About Our Sprinkler Repair & Installation Services

a spray sprinkler close-up viewSprinkler repair is finally becoming the above board business that it should have been since it first started. Unfortunately, as I learned after coming in to repair systems installed by other Texas City companies, this hasn't always been the case. Even the best system won't work if it isn't installed correctly, and since most of the work that sprinkler installers do will be buried a few feet below ground, there has to be some kind of trust and integrity in the company you choose. That's why we take questions and answer them publicly. You'll see that we know what we're doing and you can trust us to give you the best service available.

Why do you insist on a full system evaluation before the first service?

As we mentioned above, not all companies have as much pride in their work as we do. We want to make sure your system is in good condition before we make a repair so you won't have to call us back again in a few months to do another, and then another. The full evaluation service will also identify areas of your system where too much or not enough water is being distributed. We can fix these problems and give you a much better looking yard.

Why does my sprinkler head need to be raised?

Over time, after many law mowing and clipping deposits, the thatch around your sprinkler heads build up. When the risers no longer push the sprinkler head above the level of the thatch, they need to be replaced with taller risers. This prevents water from being deflected by the grass and not getting to its intended location.

How can I lower the cost of sprinkler repairs?

We get this question a lot. The best way to prevent costly repairs is to have your system serviced at least 3 times a year. Once at start-up in the spring, once in the mid summer, and once for a winterization and blow out service. We understand that most people don't want to pay for three services a year, but it will prevent those high cost problems that happen in a these intricate systems.

How do you find lost valves and sprinkler heads?

This is where we utilize our electronic detectors. We send a signal from the controller down the entire line and follow it with a wand. This allows us to map your entire system from above ground.

What replacement part do you use?

We only use factory direct replacement parts from Hunter, Rainbird, Irritrol, Weathermatic and other major manufacturers. Commercial grad pipes and fitting are used on all installs and repairs.