Winterization in the fall is the most important way you can protect and preserve your sprinkler system. Sean shares all the details on how we at TriState Water Works perform winterization for sprinkler systems. The #1 goal? Remove all the water without damaging the irrigation system.
The backflow device is a critical part of your lawn sprinkler system. If it’s leaking, it’s time to call a professional. Backflows are complicated and can be challenging to debug. In this repair video, Sean Mullarkey of TriState Water Works shows an easy fix to an irrigation backflow device.
An important part of lawn sprinkler systems is the backflow device, which prevents pollutants from entering our drinking water. Homeowners are responsible for getting their backflow device tested and certified each year.
Ohio counties are taking backflow testing more seriously these days, even going so far as to shut off a homeowner’s water if the certification
Lawn sprinklers are not as simple to maintain and repair as they might appear. There are two different elements within your sprinkler system:
- Control Package – the electrical system that runs each zone, the rain sensor, smart controller,