Nobody wants to deal with a broken sprinkler. Whether it sprays you every morning before you go to work or your lawn is looking a little brown, you probably found this page because you want to resolve an issue.
But what if you’re not sure your sprinkler system is broken? And how did your sprinkler break in the first place? We’d like to answer these questions, as well as explain why homeowners, condo associations, and HOAs come to us for sprinkler installation, repair, and maintenance.
If your sprinkler system isn’t working, one of our technicians will come to your home to examine it. There are several issues they can find, some of which impact just one sprinkler head, others of which can create problems across the entire system.
These problems include:
Sometimes, a broken sprinkler won’t be easy to spot. While this is fine for the short-term – your grass can still get watered, and you don’t have to worry about getting sprayed at odd hours – it can cause problems in the long term.
Over time, a broken sprinkler wastes water. This is bad for the environment, while also costing you money. Depending on how bad the issue is, delaying sprinkler repair could mean spending more money on wasted water than you would have on the repair.
There are several things to look out for when determining whether your sprinkler system is working. Many of them will be obvious. For example:
If the issue isn’t visible, you’ll want to look for unusually high water bills or brown patches of landscape.
A maintenance plan is also great for ensuring your sprinkler system is always in tip-top shape. Ask us about our Lucky Sprinkler™ Program!
If you’re looking for residential sprinkler repair, you’ve come to the right place. At O’Hara Sprinkler, we have roughly 50 years of experience helping people ensure their landscape gets water. We're a family-owned business that provides sprinkler installation, maintenance, and repair.
Have any questions? Want to have one of our technicians inspect your sprinkler? Please reach out via our contact page.