Sprinkler head removal from your irrigation system may seem like a simple task– and sometimes, it is. Sean explains the ins and outs of sprinkler head removal and how doing it wrong may set you up for a failed winterization and burst pipes. Doing it the right way is a little more work, but will
At TriState Water Works, we evaluate new irrigation innovations. We don’t end up recommending everything we test, but rotator nozzles have us impressed. In many cases, replacing spray nozzles with rotator nozzles is a serious sprinkler system upgrade.
With a gentler spray, you’ll save water, prevent erosion, improve water pressure and prevent plant damage. All while
If you notice a couple of your sprinkler heads stay popped up, it’s time for some sprinkler system repair. Although the sprinklers will still work with a popped-up head, if the head gets broken, you’ll have a geyser in your yard every time the system runs.
Make your smart watering irrigation controller even smarter by adding a flow meter. Sean Mullarkey of TriState Water Works shows the benefits of flow meter info, like detailing how much water your system uses and when. A flow meter helps diagnose sprinkler system problems, like a broken sprinkler head or leaky valve. Repairs become faster