Minneapolis Sprinkler Summerization Services
Let Your Sprinkler Summerization Experts Get Your System Ready!
Your irrigation system is an investment. It’s a significant amenity in your Minneapolis home. You want to make sure that when it is started up for the season that it’s started up right. You absolutely should call an expert for this task.
Here’s what your professional summer-ization includes:
- Turn on your system controller
- Program controller to conserve water and optimize root development
- Test rain sensors and other sensors
- Inspect and adjust all heads
- Complete a free 12-point system analysis
- Flag all problem areas and provide report to you
Take a look at what the professionals at Conserva Irrigation found when helping our Minneapolis area residents winterize their irrigation systems last year:
While this problem is apparent, many problems are not apparent. Line leaks often are small and drip water needlessly into your yard and into the environment. This could cause your landscaping to fail to thrive this year. You can have your system professionally started and also inspected to make sure the entire system is in good working order for the season.
Sprinkler Summerization Inspection
During the winter months, your Minneapolis sprinkler system can be put through a lot. From freezing lines to broken sprinkler heads, Conserva Irrigation will find any inefficiencies that might be slowing down your system and wasting both water and money with a free sprinkler summerization inspection. Running a test of each zone and checking over every sprinkler head, we will report to you a System Efficiency Score and explain all necessary repairs we may have found.
Sprinkler Repairs, Maintenance and Upgrades
Conserva Irrigation is your best choice for sprinkler system repairs, maintenance and upgrades. If your current irrigation system is working with a few setbacks on sprinkler heads or technology, we’ve got you covered. During the maintenance and upgrades we will adjust sprinkler heads, reprogram your system, replace an outdated controller and add or replace rain and soil sensors to make sure your current system is running as efficiently as it can.
Examples of what we found in the field last year around the Minneapolis area: