Lawn sprinkler winterization is especially critical in our MidWest climate, where winters are usually long and cold. Without winterization, water will freeze in your pipes and backflow device, requiring costly repairs in the spring. And if you don’t have a
Oh no! Somehow, your sprinkler system sprung a leak and there’s a massive amount of water spilling all over your lawn, garden and driveway. How do you make it stop before calling us to make your repair appointment?
If your lawn sprinkler system has a leak, turning the controller off won’t stop the water. You’ll have to
Have you ever wondered what’s going on underground with your lawn sprinkler system? Sean Mullarkey takes you on a quick tour of the important elements that make your lawn and garden thrive. From the irrigation controller to the backflow device to the lawn sprinklers themselves, everything has to work together.
Start Your Sprinklers: It’s time for spring start up and certified backflow testing!
Backflow devices protect your drinking water and help keep your family safe. Your irrigation system uses a particular kind of backflow device that needs to be checked by a certified backflow testing contractor each year. Learn about what’s involved in becoming certified.