Taking Care of All of Your Spinkler Needs
If you’re in need of an updated irrigation system, Spectrum Landscaping Services is the place to call! We’ll take care of everything from installation, to repairs, to check-ups, and so much more to ensure your system is functioning as efficiently as possible.
We’ll help you make sure your landscape is being watered evenly without unnecessary waste. We know you care about water conservation, and so do we. Give us a call to talk to one of our irrigation specialists today!
Sprinkler systems are essential for keeping your lawn and garden looking their best, but they can be complex and require regular maintenance. That’s where we come in.
Our team of experienced sprinkler technicians can provide a wide range of services, including:
No matter what your sprinkler needs are, we can help. Contact us today for a free consultation!
Frequently Asked Questions
• In-ground sprinkler systems: In-ground sprinkler systems are the most common type of sprinkler system. They are buried underground and use pop-up sprinkler heads to water your lawn and garden. In-ground sprinkler systems are available in a variety of configurations, so you can choose a system that is right for your specific needs.
• Above-ground sprinkler systems: Above-ground sprinkler systems are a good option for smaller properties or for areas where you don't want to bury pipes. Above-ground sprinkler systems are typically less expensive than in-ground sprinkler systems, but they can be less durable and may not provide as good coverage.
• Drip irrigation systems: Drip irrigation systems are a water-efficient way to water your plants. They use a series of small tubes to deliver water directly to the roots of your plants. Drip irrigation systems are a good option for areas with sandy soil or for plants that don't need a lot of water.
If you are unsure which type of sprinkler system is right for your property, it is best to consult with a professional sprinkler installer.
• Watering your lawn and garden early in the morning or late in the evening to reduce evaporation.
• Watering deeply and less often to encourage deep root growth.
• Using a rain sensor or a system that has the ET (Evapotranspiration) feature to prevent your sprinkler system from running when it is raining.
• Adjusting your sprinkler heads so that they are not watering sidewalks, driveways, or other areas where water is not needed.
• Leaks: Sprinkler leaks can be caused by broken sprinkler heads, damaged pipes, or loose connections.
• Clogged sprinkler heads: Sprinkler heads can become clogged with dirt and debris, which can reduce their performance.
• Uneven water coverage: Uneven water coverage can be caused by improper sprinkler head placement, damaged pipes, or clogged sprinkler heads.
• Overwatering: Overwatering can damage your lawn and garden and waste water.
If you are experiencing any of these problems, it is important to contact a professional sprinkler repair technician.