Upgrade your Impact Heads to a more reliable and efficient Rotor type
Sprinkler technology has greatly improved in the past few years. Not surprisingly some of the greatest advancements have been in in the sprinkler heads themselves. Gone are the days of having to periodically clean dirt or pull roots from the canister to get the head to rotate. Alternately there are more reliable closed case gear driven rotors available that work more reliably, give you better coverage and take less pressure to operate.
Upgrade or Relocate Controller
Many irrigation controllers are installed in less than ideal locations, basement closets or utility rooms can make it difficult to access the timer and make periodic adjustments to start time or zone run time. In addition, the new controllers are easier to use and program. Some controllers even adjust the zone run time and days to water based on your zip code, soil type, slope, solar radiation and more. This will conserve water by preventing run off, keep your landscaping lush, and save you money.
Install a Rain Sensor
Nobody likes to see a sprinkler system watering while its raining! One of the easiest ways to upgrade your sprinkler system and save money is to add an automatic rain shut off device that will prevent the sprinklers from watering in the rain.
Replace old Solenoid Valves
One of the major components in a sprinkler system are the solenoid valves. Some of the older valves, because of mineral buildup and diaphragm wear can leak, robbing pressure from all the other zones and wasting water and money.
Add Heads or Zones to your existing sprinkler system
Often landscaping changes or the addition of a patio, deck or pool can cause the sprinkler system to work less effectively. The addition of heads or even zones can take care of this.
Add a Rid-O-Rust water treatment system.
If your well water has a high concentration of iron you probably have rust stains on your pavement, landscaping and even the house. A Rid-O-Rust system will treat the water to prevent the staining. Learn More
Got Low pressure? Install a Booster Pump
Most people are unaware that there is a solution to low pressure. A booster pump will not only increase the pressure in the sprinkler system but in your whole house too!