FAQ – Common Sprinkler Related Questions

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What time of year should you put in a sprinkler system?

The best time to install a sprinkler system is in spring or fall. During these seasons, the soil is softer, making it easier to dig. Installing in these seasons also means your system is ready for the hotter months when your lawn needs regular watering.

What Services Do You Offer?

We offer a wide range of services including sprinkler system installation, repair, and maintenance. We also provide seasonal services like winterization to protect your system from freezing and system checks to ensure everything is working properly. For more details, call us at (435) 760-0827.

How long does it take to install a sprinkler system?

Typically, installing a sprinkler system takes 1 to 3 days. The duration depends on the size of your yard and the complexity of the system. Our team works quickly to minimize disruption to your routine. For a better idea of how long it’ll take, give us a call at (435) 760-0827.

How often do sprinkler systems fail?

Sprinkler systems can last many years if properly maintained. Failures are usually due to broken parts, clogs, or general wear and tear. Regular maintenance checks can help catch these issues early and extend the life of your system.

How far down are sprinkler lines buried?

Sprinkler lines usually sit 6 to 12 inches below the surface. This depth protects the lines from damage while ensuring proper water distribution to your lawn.

How to tell if a sprinkler line is clogged?

If you notice uneven watering, low water pressure, or water pooling in certain areas, a clogged sprinkler line might be the issue. You can inspect the lines yourself or call a professional for a thorough check.

What is the most common cause of sprinkler system failure?

The most common cause of sprinkler system failure that we’ve seen in Cache County is broken or clogged sprinkler heads. Regular inspections can help identify these problems early. Cleaning or replacing faulty heads can often resolve the issue.

What are the symptoms of a bad sprinkler valve?

Symptoms of a bad sprinkler valve include leaking water, low water pressure, zones not activating, or water not shutting off properly. If you notice any of these issues, it may be time to replace the valve.

How often should sprinkler heads be replaced?

Sprinkler heads should be checked regularly and replaced every 5 to 10 years. If they are damaged or not working properly, it’s best to replace them sooner to ensure your system runs smoothly. If you’re in need of a sprinkler head replacement, call for professional sprinkler repair at (435) 760-0827.

How many times a week should you run your sprinkler system?

Typically, you should run your sprinklers 2 to 3 times a week. This can vary based on the weather and the needs of your lawn. During hotter months, you might need to water more frequently, while cooler months may require less.

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