You may see a broken sprinkler head or some wet spots on your lawn and think that it’s no big deal, and you’ll get to it later. Otherwise, when you look around your landscape, your system appears to be in working order. Overall, your lawn looks green and healthy, so why should you be concerned about a small repair?
While little problems may seem relatively insignificant at the time, they can create bigger headaches later on. For example, a broken sprinkler head can leak water back into your system, and wet spots could mean you have a broken pipe. Left unattended, repairs like these can cause extensive damage, costing you hundreds, even thousands, of dollars down the line.
Since irrigation repairs are not always what they appear to be on the surface, it’s important to work with a professional company with certified technicians that are skilled at making an accurate diagnosis and getting things in working order. Anything less and you’re putting your irrigation system at risk.
The Environmental Impact of Irrigation System Inefficiency
When irrigation repairs are ignored, there’s also an environmental impact. If your sprinkler system isn’t running the way it should, you’re wasting water, which is bad for the planet and also bad news for your water bill. While the average irrigation system uses 2,500 gallons of water each day, half of that is typically wasted due to repairs and inefficiency, which equates to wasting more than 100,000 gallons of water in a single season.
Irrigation problems can also cause other annoyances and challenges in your yard. If you have wet spots, they will draw bugs. A system that overwaters is just as bad as one that doesn’t deliver enough water. Overwatering soaks and damages the grassroots, causing breakage, and promotes the growth of mushrooms, mold, and weeds.
High-Quality Marlboro Irrigation Repairs from the Sprinkler Professionals
If you have a broken sprinkler head or other irrigation repair, you may be tempted to fix it yourself or call in your lawn guy, but this isn’t a good idea. Often repairs may appear to be one thing when they’re actually something else altogether, and only an experienced irrigation technician can make the proper diagnosis. If you go another route, you are setting yourself up for a cycle of ongoing repairs and unnecessary expenses.
Conserva Irrigation of New Jersey is a locally owned, nationally backed irrigation company that is licensed, insured, and professional in every sense of the word. Our certified technicians have the experience and expertise to diagnose your repair accurately the first time and get your system up and running the way it should. When working with Conserva, you’ll feel confident that our work is performed to the highest quality standard and have peace of mind.
When we come out for a repair visit, we arrive in our Conserva trucks wearing our Conserva uniforms, and we’re on time. Our professional technicians are friendly and communicate with you through every step of the process. Gone are the days of sloppily dressed irrigation guys showing up in unmarked, dented vans who then go poking around in your yard without muttering a word. Now, with Conserva, you have a professional choice.
As part of our repair process, we offer free sprinkler system inspections (valued at $150) to get to the root of your irrigation problem. Our highly trained technicians will evaluate your system above and below the surface, examining every sprinkler head zone-by-zone, checking for leaks and line breaks, and assessing each component for proper functioning, programming, and efficiency.
Upon completion, we make you aware of any necessary repairs and opportunities to increase efficiency, share our flat rate pricing as well as some information on the latest in innovative irrigation technology from Toro®, and answer any questions you may have. At this point, you’ll have a full understanding of your irrigation system and what it will take to get it operating the way it should. Since our trucks are fully stocked with premium products from Toro®, we can almost always make your repair on the same visit.
If you need a Marlboro irrigation repair, call Conserva today or complete our online contact form to schedule an appointment. We look forward to helping you extend the life of your irrigation system and do what’s right for the environment by taking care of your irrigation repairs!