Every homeowner’s pride is to have a beautiful lush green lawn. To achieve this, an important factor to always have is a fully functional irrigation system.
Most homeowners assume that an irrigation system will probably function as it should for years without flaws.
The reality is, like any other functional equipment, it will experience issues, and irrigation system repair and maintenance are essential.
Fact, if you take care of your irrigation system, it will take care of your lawn. Here are a few tips for using on your irrigation system to keep it tip-top shape for long.
- Inspect the system at least once every month
Your irrigation system works harder than you may think. So, to help it serve you for long, it’s best to schedule monthly inspections to get hold of minor issues before they become a big deal.
- Check the sprinkler head
The sprinkler head often runs into most problems as it ages or sometimes being hit by the lawnmower and so on, so before running your system, check for any sign of damage.
Or better still, install your sprinkler head in a floating manner to prevent damages from lawnmowers and shifting soil.
- Inspect for signs of a head leak
Wear and tear or sometimes denting caused by gardening tools can cause your sprinkler to leak; leakages result in uneven watering.
Consider checking for any signs of leaking and address the issue asap.
- Locate any dry spots on your lawn
A significant sign that your sprinkler system isn’t working as it should is the presence of uneven watering.
If you find some dry spots, the problem may be with the valve or the sprinkler head doesn’t supply water to all the areas.
You may need to adjust the valve and the sprinkler head to get even watering.
If you do all these but your irrigation system is not working as it should, it’s best to call in professionals specializing in lawn irrigation services.
Lawn Irrigation Services in Williamson County
At A&M Enhanced Lawncare, we specialize in lawn care and landscaping services, including irrigation system installation, irrigation system repair, and replacement.
Give us a call if you need any residential or commercial services in Williamson County and the surrounding areas.