Sprinkler Repair And System Installation Will Help With Watering And Conservation
Sprinkler repair is one of the many services Landworks landscaping company provides. Summer watering season is upon us, and now is the time to add a sprinkler system, perform a system check or have your sprinkler repairs done.
Sprinkler system coverage problems generally show themselves in the form of dry patches of grass and you may need to call a professional for a sprinkler repair. Coverage problems may be due to improper installation (the system was initially installed without proper coverage) or the sprinkler heads are clogged or not turning properly. Landworks can evaluate your system and give you the most economical solution to your problem and perform your sprinkler repair at a convenient time in your busy schedule.
Landworks’ professional sprinkler repair department can service all types of irrigation systems. We provide certification and testing of backflow preventers, water audits and sprinkler system checks on existing systems to maximize system performance.
Sprinkler System Installation
Enhance and protect your landscape investment with a sprinkler system installation designed by Landworks. Landworks provides comprehensive services … design, installation, maintenance and sprinkler repair for all types of systems, including Rain Bird and Hunter sprinkler systems.
Landworks sprinkler system installation teams provide a clean and orderly job site. We compact our holes and trenches so no settling will occur and install joints in a straight and true fashion. Our sprinkler system installation teams are trained to install according to the highest standards set in the industry.
When is the best time to water my lawn?
The absolute best time to water your lawn is the early morning, before 10 a.m. Cooler temperatures and calm breezes help keep evaporation to a minimum. Watering in the morning keeps the turf cooler during the hot parts of the day, which means less stress on the grass.
Water long enough to moisten the soil about six inches down, which is the depth of a healthy grass root system. It takes about one inch of water to wet normal lawns to that depth.
Water conservation is also important when it’s time for summer watering of your lawn. A rain shutoff device, which is also called a rain sensor, is specially designed to stop irrigation when it rains. Most rain shut off devices are adjustable. That means that the device will allow you to specify the amount of rainfall before the device triggers your sprinkler system to cut off.
Landworks design, installation and maintenance department includes a Landscape Industry Certified Manager, Landscape Industry Certified Technician in Irrigation, and two Backflow Certified Technicians. We are a Rain Bird SELECT Contractor, which means you can count on receiving the highest level of care and attention to your water-efficient sprinkler system installation and sprinkler repair needs. We offer a free consultation for all our sprinkler system installation and design services.
Landworks proudly services Kansas City, Johnson County, Overland Park, Leawood, Olathe, Shawnee, Lenexa, and the entire metro area. For more information about sprinkle repair and sprinkler system installation, call Landworks at (913) 422-9300. To request a quote, click here.