Sprinkler Repair in Carson, Reno, Sparks, NV; Sacramento, CA and surrounding areas
Sprinkler Authority specializes in sprinkler irrigation system repair serving the Carson, Reno, & Sparks area. Lawn irrigation systems are the most efficient way to ensure your yard gets the hydration it needs without over-watering. However, like any other system it will break down at some point and you will want it repaired. When your sprinkler systems or sprinkler heads break please think of Sprinkler Authority. Our professional experts can immediately diagnose your sprinkler system problem and fix it quickly & efficiently.
Damaged Sprinkler System Warning Signs:
- Leaking valves and sprinklers
- Obstructed sprinklers
- Clogged sprinklers
- Sprinkler design issues
- Missing nozzles
- Pipe leaks or broken pipes
- Over spraying onto sidewalks or streets
If you notice any of the above warning signs, a lawn sprinkler repair expert can fix the problem and help save water and money in the process.
Sprinkler Irrigation System Repair Tips
Lawnmowers and weed-whackers are notorious for damaging sprinkler heads affecting the entire irrigation system. Broken sprinkler systems, sprinkler heads & sprinkler valves can increase your water bills due to the wastage that occurs. It will also result in dry areas in the landscape and wet areas closer to the leak. This can lead to weeds and lawn diseases over time. Regular sprinkler inspections by our experts in the Carson, Reno, & Sparks area can help prevent most of these problems and save money.
Sprinkler repairs become necessary because many homeowners forget that their lawn irrigation system requires routine maintenance. Like any other piece of equipment, it should be conducted by certified sprinkler technicians. Our experts know how to check your sprinkler heads, sprinkler valves, or sprinkler system for hidden or underground leaks which can be missed during the repair process.
You can avoid expensive repairs by implementing an effective routine maintenance schedule for your irrigation system. Broken pipes, leaks, and clogs can cause the irrigation system to lose pressure over time.