How To Troubleshoot Three Common Problems With Your Trophy Club Sprinkler System

Sprinkler Repair of Texas is your best local choice for installation, repair, and maintenance of sprinkler systems in Trophy Club, TX. Our fully trained and licensed professional irrigation specialists have years of experience solving the sprinkler system challenges of Trophy Club homeowners. We are always available to carry out repairs, or, if the situation warrants it, sprinkler system replacements. Before calling the professionals at Sprinkler Repair of Texas, there are a few common sprinkler system problems you may be able to troubleshoot yourself.

The Three Most Common Problems Experienced By Trophy Club Sprinkler Systems Owners.

Clogged Sprinkler Heads

When dirt and tiny bits of garden debris get into your sprinkler heads, they can cause a big problem. Clogged heads allow little or no water to get to your grass and plants, causing them to dry out and, if the problem is not addressed, die. If you have identified a clogged sprinkler head, you can remove the nozzle and rinse it thoroughly with clean water. If this does not help, it is time to call the professionals at Sprinkler Repair of Texas

Obstructed Sprinklers Heads

Over time, as your landscape and garden grow, it is possible to lose track of where all of your sprinkler heads are located. As plants grow and develop, they may obstruct some of your sprinkler heads. This may result in uneven irrigation, wasted water, and even patches of dead plants and grass. It is also important to be vigilant of trash cans, outdoor furniture, compost bins, and other backyard items being placed on top of or too close to sprinkler heads, thus disrupting the proper flow of water.

The experts at Sprinkler Repair of Texas can provide regular, affordable maintenance for your sprinkler system to ensure that all sprinkler heads are properly positioned and functioning at maximum efficiency.

Excessive RunOff

If the water from your sprinkler system is running down your driveway or onto your sidewalks, it usually means that your soil is fully saturated and cannot absorb any more water. If you are experiencing runoff on a regular basis, we suggest that you set your sprinkler system zones to run for shorter periods of time. If you are still seeing runoff, our team of irrigation specialists can help. Let us evaluate the type of sprinkler head you are using, the soil type in your neighborhood, how compact your soil is, and the degree of the slope of your property. We can then make suggestions and recommendations to help alleviate the problem and reduce the runoff.

Call Sprinkler Repair of Texas today and ask about our affordable, comprehensive sprinkler system maintenance plans and let us ensure that your system stays in peak operating condition all year round.