Keep your irrigation system running its very best with sprinkler system repair and maintenance from the Pros at Ryan Lawn & Tree. No matter the brand of your current lawn irrigation system, we can troubleshoot any problems and provide expert repairs needed.
Irrigation system maintenance takes more than just turning off the water to the shut-off valve. You should have your irrigation system inspected by a technician at least once a year for optimal performance. A RYAN Pro can keep your system running efficiently while also repairing issues before becoming more extensive and more expensive to fix.
If you notice a leak, damaged sprinkler head, low pressure, or malfunctioning controls, contact RYAN Lawn & Tree today. Our trained irrigation technicians will be able to diagnose the problem, identify the best solution, and make the necessary repairs so that your irrigation system gets back to normal operation.
Some municipalities require that a professional conduct annual testing of their irrigation backflow preventers. A backflow preventer is a device that prevents the water supply in your irrigation system from coming back into your home and contaminating your drinking water. If you received a backflow notice or want your backflow tested, contact RYAN Lawn & Tree today. One of our professionally licensed testers will test your backflow, perform any necessary repairs, and send your results to your water purveyor.
Before the temperatures drop consistently below freezing, be sure to winterize your irrigation system. Most irrigation systems need the water blown out with compressed air before winter hits so that it does not freeze and crack or break your system’s pipes. If you have an above-ground system with exposed pipes, winterize before mid-November. Below-ground systems should be winterized by Dec. 10. Some water-conserving systems even prevent leftover water from draining away. If you are new to a property with a sprinkler system or need help protecting your investment, contact us.
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