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08 Oct 2020

Sprinkler Blowouts and Winterizations with Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT)

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Being prepared is a good thing. The best thing you can do for your lawn to prepare for this fall and winter is to blow out or winterize your sprinkler irrigation system. Call Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) today to schedule an appointment at (801) 923-4119. With blowouts, or by winterizing your sprinkler system with us, you get the promise of quality, professional work at an affordable price. Keep reading to learn more about why winterization is so important, and how Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) and a call to (801) 923-4119 is the best thing you can do for your lawn.

Blowouts and Winterization with Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT)

Whether you’re in Bountiful or Woods Cross, Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) is just a call away at (801) 923-4119. Winterizing or blowing out your sprinkler system is crucial once cooler weather hits so water doesn’t freeze in your irrigation piping. Sprinkler winterization saves your lawn from burst pipes and major headaches when you need them the least. Be sure to call Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) today at (801) 923-4119 to schedule an appointment in the following locations:

Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) is a name you can trust and count on when it matters most. With cold weather settling in, you’ll want to do all you can to be the most prepared. Call us today at (801) 923-4119 to schedule quality sprinkler blowouts and sprinkler winterizations from a company that has your best interest in mind. Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) has got you covered with sprinkler blowouts, winterizations, and so much more year-round! We install the best and repair the rest no matter the time of year.

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22 Aug 2020

Get your Sprinkler Irrigation System Ready for Winter and Next Spring with Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT)!

Summer is practically out the window, but that doesn’t mean you should stop taking care of your lawn or your sprinkler system! Fall and winter will settle into Davis County before we know it. Is your lawn and sprinkler system completely ready for all the changes that will come so soon? If it’s sprinkler repairs, drip irrigation, winterizing or blowing out your sprinkler system, or any other irrigation need, be sure to call on the Sprinkler Master’s of Davis County, by calling at (801) 923-4119.

irrigation systemThe more you prepare and plan ahead now, the less headaches and stresses you’ll have as the snow falls, and as it eventually dries up for another season of lawn care and irrigation system maintenance. If you think you’re unprepared, or simply not sure or not ready about what’s to come, give Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) a call today at (801) 923-4119. We care you more as a person than as a customer. We’re here to meet your needs and make sure you love the way your lawn feels and how your sprinkler irrigation system operates year-round!

With Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT), we understand that the landscape of your landscape changes with time and the change of seasons. We’ll always be here for you to offer quality sprinkler services and parts at a cost-effective, affordable price. Keep reading for more tips and ideas to make your lawn and sprinkler system ready for fall and winter, or call us today at (801) 923-4119 to schedule an appointment for the best sprinkler service around!

Reduce or Stop Sprinkler Irrigation Flow Altogether

Living in Davis County, UT, we’re no strangers to a lot of precipitation for most of the year. In fact, according to one source, Davis County averages 21 inches of rain, 45 inches of snow, and 226 sunny days out of the year. When it comes to snowfall, we get around 17 more inches than the national average. The winters can be brutal in general, but especially so to a sprinkler irrigation system and lawn that are unprepared. It’d be in your best interest to get your sprinkler system winterized as snow initially starts to fall in the area. Doing this will stop water from freezing in your sprinkler pipes and make it easier to turn on again in the springtime. Call Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) today at (801) 923-4119 to schedule an appointment for winterizing your sprinkler system!

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Check on your Irrigation System Frequently

Regular maintenance on a vehicle is important to keep it running healthy, right? The same can be said for your sprinkler irrigation system. If you get in the habit of not checking it often, problems could arise that could come back to bite you in the long run. Instead, get in the habit of checking and maintaining your sprinkler irrigation system every week or so to keep tabs on necessary repairs or fixes as they come. Problems that are spotted early on saves headaches for you and for us! Due to severe weathering, a sprinkler system can get real beat up in intense cold or freezing temperatures. Call Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) for any sprinkler repair needs year-round at (801) 923-4119.

Trust in our Services — Wherever you Are

When calling Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) at (801) 923-4119, you get our quality services no matter what. However, quality is simply synonymous with the Sprinkler Master Repair name. It’s our guarantee wherever you find yourself in our services. For sprinkler repairs or questions around Davis County, UT, we service the following cities and towns, including:

For more information about getting serviced in Davis County, call us today at (801) 923-4119, or view our alternate website, here. If the above cities or towns don’t work for you and you still want quality sprinkler services, check out our other Sprinkler Master Repair locations in Utah County, Weber County, Salt Lake City, West Jordan, or Cache County.

Conclusion

If you feel unprepared to maintain your sprinkler irrigation system or lawn this fall and winter, you need to give Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) a call today at (801) 923-4119. We promise quality help and expertise from our trained sprinkler technicians. We’re ready to help you love your lawn and your sprinkler system. Call us today to schedule an appointment for the best sprinkler service around Davis County, with Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) at (801) 923-4119.

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08 Jul 2020

Reasons Why Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County) is for You

There aren’t many things in life that are tailored to your needs, right? Some clothes don’t fit just right, and some patches and fixes aren’t meant to be held together forever, while sometimes you have to bend to a service company to get what you need. At Sprinkler Repair & Install (Davis County, UT) — a Sprinkler Master Repair company — we’re the right fit for you every time you need us. When it comes to sprinkler installation, sprinkler system repair, drip irrigation, fixing broken sprinkler heads, or winterizing sprinklers around Davis County, we’re a name and a brand you can always count on.

When your lawn is in need of some TLC, or even when it isn’t, one call to Sprinkler Repair & Install (Davis County, UT) at (801) 923-4119 will guarantee you our quality service, parts, and products at an affordable price. If you need reasons to use a quality sprinkler repair and installation company, then this is the article for you. Continue reading to see why Sprinkler Repair & Install (Davis County, UT) is the best sprinkler company around Davis County!

#1: We know our Sprinklers at Sprinkler Master Repair best sprinkler company

When push comes to shove, you’d probably like a sprinkler repair company that has some experience under its’ belt. Image and experience matters at Sprinkler Repair & Install (Davis County, UT). We only employ clean-cut sprinkler technicians who share the same values as we do when it comes to sprinkler repairs and installations; honesty, integrity, professionalism, and hard work — just to name a few. Being in business for around a decade has helped us to know a problem when we see one, and to use the best judgment to fix it with efficiency and precision.

Along with our trained and certified sprinkler technicians, with Sprinkler Repair & Install in Davis County, UT, you also get our knowledge and expertise for all your sprinkler needs and sprinkler parts! We know what it takes to fix or install:

#2: Our Location: It Can’t Be Beat!

Forget about needing to go anywhere or really do anything when it comes to hiring Sprinkler Repair & Install (Davis County, UT). We have no storefront because we make it a priority to come to you. One call is all it takes, at (801) 923-4119. The customer is always right with the Sprinkler Masters of Sprinkler Repair & Install, but only when the customer is happy. It is our priority to see that you’re happy and that you love the way your lawn and sprinkler system looks, feels and operates. At Sprinkler Repair & Install of Davis County, we really do serve the majority of the county area, including:

If the city or area you’re looking for isn’t listed above, call us today at (801) 923-4119, or visit our alternate website to see how we can best help you and get to you today!

#3: We Offer Sprinkler Services Year-roundsprinkler repair

Most other lawn-care contractor services are seasonal. They can help you out in the Spring, but not the Fall, or the Summer, but not the Winter. At Sprinkler Repair & Install (Davis County, UT) we are here for you year-round. While using only the best in parts and products, including Rainbird, Toro, Hunter, and Orbit, come rain or shine we can help you with your sprinkler needs. As mentioned before, we understand the quality that your lawn and your sprinkler system deserve, so we only give it the best that we have to offer. Some of our specialties in sprinkler service include:

  • Sprinkler Installation
  • Sprinkler System Repair
  • Drip Irrigation
  • Winterizing Sprinkler Systems
  • Fixing Sprinkler Timers
  • Sprinkler Valve Replacement
  • Fixing Broken Sprinkler Heads
  • Repairing Burst or Broken Pipes
  • … and much more!

Call Sprinkler Repair & Install today at (801) 923-4119 to ask about additional services we have to offer year-round in Davis County!

Conclusion

With so many other things in life that just aren’t quite right, get in touch with Sprinkler Repair & Install — a Sprinkler Master Repair company — today to find the right fit for your lawn and your wallet. Don’t waste your time with a company that doesn’t meet your needs. Call us today at (801) 923-4119 to get your needs met and exceeded with Sprinkler Repair & Install in Davis County, UT!

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29 Apr 2020

How to Fix a Pop-Up Sprinkler with Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT)

At Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) we pride ourselves in the ability to install, repair, and fix any type of sprinkler. However, we also are here to educate and help you feel the same pride in being able to repair your own sprinkler system. One call is all it would take for you receive our undivided attention and help, at (801) 923-4119. We’ll be helping you specifically with one of the more common sprinklers out there today; the pop-up sprinkler.

About the Pop-Up Sprinkler Head:

A pop-up sprinkler head is a sprinkler head that pops up out of the ground. It connects to the pipe by a nipple, or a 90 degree funny pipe that connects under the sprinkler head. The sprinkler head uses the water pressure to push up the center shaft, which then connects to the nozzle that sprays water. A Pop-up sprinkler head also has a rubber seal and a spring that helps slide the center shaft up and down. The nozzle on top can spray a radius from 0° to 360°, depending on the type of nozzle. Nozzles can either constantly spray a fan of water, or spray in small streams that slowly rotate. A pop-up sprinkler head is usually attached to a lateral line and can connect on the side if it’s a longer head.

Watch this video to learn more about the Pop-Up Sprinkler components, and this video for an overview of the Pop-Up Sprinkler.

Parts that make up the Pop-Up Sprinkler:Pop-up Sprinkler

Quality parts go into most Pop-up Sprinklers, including:

  • Rainbird
  • Hunter
  • Orbit
  • Toro
  • Nozzles
  • Rubber seals
  • Springs
  • Top screw covers
  • Extensions
  • 90 degree funny pipe
  • Dual orifice/Dual Spray
  • MP Rotator
  • MP 1000-3000
  • Adjustable nozzle
  • Rotary R-Vans
  • He-Van(finger Streams)
  • Van-Adjustable
  • Side strip nozzles
  • Center strip nozzle
  • End strip
  • Quarter, Half, Full, High Efficiency
  • Arc
  • Bubbler
  • 4,6,8,10,12,15,18,20 and 30 feet filters

Pro and Cons of the Pop-Up Sprinkler:

Pop-up sprinkler heads can be raised or lowered easily and are also relatively cheap. They are versatile and can connect to most pipe fixtures. The nozzles can also be turned on and off if they have a filter, and the sprinkler heads themselves are installed underground. The heads require semi-frequent adjustment, only occasionally needing to be tended to.

Common Problems:

Pop-up sprinklers get broken easily from being stepped on, ran over, or worn down due to weathering. They can also clog anywhere from the line that feeds them up to the nozzle they spray out of. If a sprinkler constantly leaks it is the sprinkler valve that feeds the head that is the issue. The nipple or 90 degree funny pipe that connects the sprinkler head to the pipe can easily break or crack. Pressure can also be low from too many heads on one line, or valve.

How to Diagnosis Problems:

A call and visit from Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) would mitigate the problems you have with your pop-up sprinkler. Call us today at (801) 923-4119 to see if we can help you with any of the following problems, or if you need more help to find solutions:

  • The nozzle is either broken or clogged if a sprinkler head is not spraying correctly.
  • The sprinkler head stays up after watering; this means the rubber seal on the top of the sprinkler is going out.
  • If water is coming up from underneath the sprinkler, the connection is probably broken. When no or little water is coming out, there is a clog anywhere from the feed line to the head.
  • If a sprinkler is above the grass/dirt line before turning on, it is too high and must be lowered. Consequently, if the sprinkler head is too low while turning on, it needs to be raised higher.
  • If pressure across all heads are low check the flow control on the valve. If they are still low, consider replacing nozzles with low pressure nozzles, taking heads off, then adding them to another line, or adding a new valve.

How to Install or Repair:

There are certainly a lot of things that can go wrong with your sprinklers. Here are a few suggestions to potential problems:

  • Your nozzle and filter underneath may need to be replaced if a nozzle is broken or clogged. Simply unscrew the nozzle/filter, and screw a new one in.
  • If the sprinkler head is staying up after watering, the top of the head, or the entire head may need to be replaced, as they are usually the same price. If water is coming up from under the head, dig a circle of dirt out from around the head, use a nipple extractor to unscrew the broken nipple if possible. However, when that may not a possibility, cut the fitting out of the pipe and put a new one in. Blow out any debris by turning the valve on and then screw a new nipple and head on.
  • The sprinkler head may be clogged. As that happens, try unscrewing the nozzle first to see if debris comes out. If debris does come out, unscrew the whole head, but if no debris comes out, the pipe controlling the head may be clogged and needs to be blown out. If you are having trouble unclogging a system, try hooking a hose to the head, undoing the fitting right before the valve, and back-blowing it out.
  • A sprinkler head may be too low. Simply unscrew the head and either unscrew the nipple its attached to. If the head is connected to a funny pipe, add a nipple extender or lift the pipe. Your sprinkler head may be too high and you’ll need to unscrew the head and either unscrew the nipple its attached to, reattach a lower one, or connect the head to a funny pipe and move it so it can go lower than the feed pipe (if not already attach to funny pipe).
  • If pressure across all heads are low, check the flow control on the valve. If they are still low, replace nozzles with low pressure nozzles, taking heads off, then adding them to another line, or adding a new valve.

Additional Tips and Tricks:

Try unscrewing a clogged nozzle and blowing out the debris using a small screwdriver. If you have a filter underneath the head or nozzle, screw the center of the nozzle and you can turn it on or off. Some repairs will require special tools.

With any other issues, know that you can call Sprinkler Master Repair (Davis County, UT) to install or repair any sprinkler need you may have. One call at (801) 923-4119 is all you’ll need to understand the Sprinkler Master difference. We offer exceptional service, all while using quality parts at an affordable price. Don’t delay, call us today!

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06 Mar 2020

Spring Sprinkler Start-Up

Before the warmer weather settles in, be sure to take advantage of this great deal from Sprinkler Master Repair! Get your sprinklers back in action and prepared for use over the summer!

Call (801) 923-4119, or click here for more information! 

18 Sep 2019

Smart Sprinkler Timer (Davis County UT)

 

If you’re looking to save some water for your lawn and money in the Davis County, Utah area, give us a call, and we’ll install a brand new smart timer in your home!

  • Statistics show that smart timers has an average water usage reduction of 35%. That can save you 75,000 gallons annually!
  • Smart timers knows your local weather, and will automatically turn itself off if it’s raining.
  • It uses your existing system, so nothing needs to change but your old controller!
  • You can control Skydrop from your phone, so no matter where you are, you can be monitoring and controlling your system.

 

Skydrop is a wireless, advanced sprinkler system controller for your home that adapts to your local weather, regional water restrictions, and each unique zone of your yard. This incredibly smart system learns for itself what your yard needs. For the first few days, Skydrop fully waters your lawn, and from there, creates a baseline so it can give your yard the exact amount of water it needs. We can install this incredibly smart time for you for only $385.

If you have a  broken sprinkler timer or just want a timer that is more effective. Give us a call: (801) 923-4119

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03 Oct 2016
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Winterize Your Lawnmower in 2 Easy Steps

Winterize Your Lawnmower in 2 Easy Steps.  By: Consumer Reports

When storing your lawnmower for the winter, Consumer Reports’ experts say these two tips are must-dos to ensure your mower will be up and running when you need it in the spring.

Original Source:

http://www.consumerreports.org/video/view/home-garden/outdoor/5147288256001/winterize-your-lawnmower-in-2-easy-steps/

 

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24 Aug 2016
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How To Save On The Water Bill By Saving Water!

A lawn sprinkler system makes life much easier and saves us time. A sprinkler system cuts back on the use of water by watering more effectively. However, a broken sprinkler system can waste over 4’000 gallons of water a month. Most sprinkler problems go unnoticed because they run at night and go unseen. Common problems with a lawn sprinkler system is that they are not rising above the grass (not popping up all the way) as well as broken tops and broken pipes below the ground. Sprinklers that do not cover correctly wastewater and can causing lasting damage. Call Sprinkler Master Repair today!

Common problems of sprinklers wasting water:

  • Broken Sprinkler Head
  • Broken or cracked sprinkler pipes
  • Over watering from timer
  • Sunken tilted sprinklers heads
  • Wrong spray pattern
  • Mixed sprinkler heads
  • Sprinkler needs minor adjustment
  • Sprinkler valve or zone won’t turn off

Schedule a Free Water Check here with the state

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www.cwel.usu.edu/watercheck

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16 Aug 2016
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10 Ways a Great Lawn Will Make Life Better!

Top Advantages of a Beautiful Lawn

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A beautiful, lush, dense lawn has many great advantages. A home with an inviting lawn will welcome you and all of your guests. Here are a few advantages of a well maintained lawn.
Grass Cools Down Your Property
When the heat is on in the summer, grass keeps you cool. Front lawns of just 8 average houses have the same cooling effect as about 70 tons of air conditioning, while the average home-size central air unit has only a 3 – 4 ton capacity. On top of that grass acts as a noise reducer as it effectively absorbs and deflects sound. When combining a beautiful lush lawn with trees, shrubs and other landscaping a lawn can significantly reduce hard unwanted noise.
Enhances the Whole Neighborhood
Lawns can contribute to your sense of well-being. Most people say that the best place to relax is in their own backyard. A green, attractive landscape design goes much further than just relaxation and recreation. For example when the city installs landscaping and grass parks to enhance the area, people start taking pride in their surroundings and raise the bar of their own property maintenance. As well as, when I have a neighbor with a well-kept lawn, it encourages the rest of the neighbors to do a better job and in return the whole neighborhood benefits.
Easier to Sell Your Home
An attractive landscape can make or break a home sale. Landscaping can add tens of thousands of dollars to the value of your property. In fact, it is one of the few home improvements you can make that not only adds value immediately, but also increases in value as the years go by; while interior decor and design concepts regularly go out of style and mechanical systems wear out, plants grow fuller and more robust as the years go by. The home’s value is added at an advantage ranged from 5.5 percent to 12.7 percent. That translates into an extra $16,500 to $38,100 in value on a $300,000 home. A beautiful landscape design and healthy lawn is a good indication that they’ve taken care of the inside of the house as well and that the home is worth a premium price.
Grass Is A Pollution Fighter!
In one year the blades and roots of grass in an acre of healthy grass absorbs hundreds of pounds of pollutants from the air and rainfall. Among them are sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, hydrogen, fluoride, nitrates and other gases blamed for acid rain and the greenhouse effect.
Grass Produces Oxygen
Grass plants remove co2 from the air and produce o2 in return. Just 625 square feet of grass supplies all the oxygen a person needs for one day. A 5000 square foot lawn produces enough oxygen for 8 people each day. In comparison, it takes two 100-foot trees to provide the same amount of oxygen for 8 people.
Grass Saves Soil!
A green lush lawn stabilizes the soil against water and wind. Lawns prevent runoff and erosion of our valuable topsoil, keeping additional phosphorus from entering our streams and rivers. A healthy lawn also traps much of the estimated 12 million tons of dust and dirt released into the US atmosphere annually.
Grass Has Better Rain Absorption
Healthy, dense lawns absorb rainfall 6 times more effectively than a wheat field, four times better than a hay field, and prevent runoff and erosion of our precious topsoil, keeping additional phosphorus from entering our streams and rivers. A healthy lawn also traps much of the estimated 12 million tons of dust and dirt released into the US atmosphere annually.
Grass is Mother Nature’s Carpet
Nature surrounds us, make yours stunning! Grass is used for recreation from family picnics to soccer to football to any other sport played on grass, grass is essential. It acts as a pad to reduce injuries that might have happened. A dense lawn is a far safer playground and playing field than nearly any other surface.
Hospitalized Patients Have A Faster Recovery
When the patient’s room viewed a beautiful landscaped area compared to patients with non-landscaped views a faster recovery has been observed in hospitals.
Grass Helps Fight Wildfires
With the weather heating up, wildfires are more prone to spreading. Help protect yourself with a lush green lawn. Grass is known to have a low fuel value which can actually help act as a buffer around your property in case of fire hazards.

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