We Repair All Irrigation System Brands
Irrigation System Repair and Maintenance in: Amherst, Auburn, Bedford, Bow, Candia, Chester, Concord, Dunbarton, Derry, Goffstown, Hollis, Hooksett, Manchester, New Boston, Litchfield, Londonderry, Merrimack, Mont Vernon, Nashua, Weare and Windham.
Automatic sprinkler systems keep lawns and gardens lush and healthy. Hunter, Rain Bird, Irritrol, Weathermatic and Toro are all high-quality irrigation brands. But normal weather and soil conditions sometimes impede and clog sprinkler systems. Maintenance is a normal necessity in even the highest-quality sprinkler systems. Maybe you’re not home during the day, or your sprinkler goes off only while you are in bed. Sprinkler failure might look like:
- an especially dry area
- an especially wet area
- brown or weedy areas
- droopy flowers
If you’re looking at a failed sprinkler system you might see:
- spray that is pointing the wrong way
- spray that includes buildings, sidewalks and driveways
- spray that is too short
New Hampshire Winters
Irrigation systems installed in New Hampshire are subject to winter conditions including cold, wind, snow and ice. It's especially important to do fall Irrigation winterization, so that no water is left in the system over the winter.
IRRIGATION PIPE LEAKS
Leaks present as pools of water or very low pressure. Spring irrigation start-up service Includes ensuring the water pressure is optimal for your irrigation system design. Clogs and backflow problems create too much pressure for some irrigation pipes, causing bursting and leaking.
SPRINKLER LEAKS AND SEDIMENT CLOGS
The system's sprinkler seals and valves can fail over time. Tractors, cars and even wheelbarrow traffic can harm the rotors. Sediment is a common issue for New Hampshire irrigation system sprinkler seals. Sediment causes clogs and can cause leaks and pipe breaks. We can repair sprinkler leaks for you.
Irrigation Spray Direction
The irrigation spray direction sometimes veers off course. Most New Hampshire irrigation system owners live on an acre or more of land. Invariably these lawns are maintained with heavy tractors that can rattle the spray radius screws. We can repair spray direction problems for you.