Sprinkler System Tip #3

Sprinkler System Tip #3: Water only when needed. Watering too much and too frequently results in shallow roots, weed growth, disease and fungus.

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Is your sprinkler system measuring up?

Sprinkler repair includes winterization with Landworks.

Schedule each individual zone to account for the type of sprinkler, sun or shade exposure, and soil in that section. Different zones may need different watering schedules. Watch your system run through its cycle. Make sure your sprinklers are not watering streets, driveways, sidewalks, patios or homes. Water only when needed. Watering too much and…

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Sprinkler System Activations

Sprinkler System Activations: We are currently scheduling sprinkler system activations. Contact us at 913-422-9300 x 103 to schedule your activation. Our certified backflow inspectors will perform a head-to-head, zone-by-zone analysis, make appropriate adjustments for optimum coverage, locate/repair leaks & guarantee your system is operating at full performance.

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Sprinkler System Winterizations

Sprinkler System Winterizations have begun. In Kansas City, with our freezing temperature climate during the winter, winterizing your sprinkler system can help avoid costly repairs when springtime rolls around. Simply turning off your system is not enough…removing the water sitting in your pipes, valves and backflow preventers is important so it doesn’t freeze and expand,…

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Irrigation System Winterizations

Our scheduling books have officially opened for irrigation system winterizations. Call early to get your best days/times. We are starting winterizations October 20 thru November 26.

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Sprinkler System Turn On

We’re just around the corner for sprinkler system turn ons. When you turn on your system, make sure to check for leaks in spray heads and underground pipes. If you notice standing water in specific areas when your system is turned off, you may have a leak (however, keep in mind if you have standing…

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Backflow in your sprinkler system

Backflow is what happens when water in your sprinkler system flows back in, instead of flowing out, carrying potential contamination from whatever was around the output source. For sprinkler systems, contamination may be fertilizer, pesticides, animal waste or even insects (yes, insects) that can be forced back into a system through a cross connection. A…

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Backflow Certified Irrigation Technician

Congratulations to Landworks Irrigation Technician, Tom Straley, for successfully completing the Backflow Assembly Tester course and certifying with ASSE. Tom joins another Landworks certified Technician, Greg Arnold, with this distinction. The American Society of Sanitary Engineering (ASSE) is an organization represented of the plumbing and mechanical industries, including contractors, engineers, inspectors, manufacturers, etc. Find out…

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Winterizing Your Sprinkler System

Simply draining the water out of your sprinkler system or turning your sprinklers off may not be enough for Kansas City’s winter climate. We highly recommend that you “blow out” your system and remove ALL water from your pipes, because any remaining water can freeze, expand & crack pipes. Furthermore, frozen water in your backflow assembly may damage…

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Sprinkler System Watering Tips

Schedule each individual zone to account for the type of sprinkler, sun or shade exposure, and soil in that section. Different zones may need different watering schedules. Watch your system run through its cycle. Make sure your sprinklers are not watering streets, driveways, sidewalks, patios or homes. Water only when needed. Watering too much and…

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