How to Replace a Busted Sprinkler Head
16 Mar 20
16 Mar 20
Spring is here, and what great news that is. While life still doesn’t feel quite normal, watering your lawn might be the right reassurance that regular everyday life still exists. As you ready your sprinkler systems for the coming season, you may run into a busted sprinkler head or two.
Sprinkler heads are often exposed and the most likely component of your sprinkler system to need replacement. Heads often become damaged due to a variety of issues such as:
It is common to need to fix a sprinkler head every couple of years depending upon your use and environment. The key to protecting the health of your sprinkler system is regular maintenance. From the start of the spring to mid-summer care, all the way to fall winterization, ensure the integrity of your system with constant monitoring and repair.
Is your sprinkler system ready for watering? Don’t hesitate to contact us to help provide you with the irrigation services you need! Invest in protecting your sprinkler system for the summers to come.
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