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Install Irrigation: After the install… standard

A Warranty is typically given for a period of time on new irrigation installations but if the irrigation company that installs your system can’t back up the Warranty then it’s useless to you. We receive many calls each week from customers who cannot locate the company that installed their sprinkler system. They were promised a warranty and the company is no longer in business or not reachable. This is tip #12 because it is going to save you money in the long run if you have problems and an irrigation professional will provide good service after the sale including resolution of problems that may arise as well as tweaking your system to ensure that your irrigation system is working at ...

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Irrigation Repair Atlanta, Save $$$ standard

We can help you save money even with an irrigation system! Many people think that hand watering is more efficient than automatic irrigation. That is not true. The majority of the time people overwater even with automatic irrigation systems. We can help you save money in watering costs (Can you believe how expensive water is?) by updating your irrigation system, or adding water efficient products to your irrigation system or simply by checking out your irrigation system and offering our advice on proper watering times. All of these things can save you money!! Please like & share:

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Irrigation Atlanta: Is there more I can do other than winterizing to protect my lawn sprinkler system when it’s really cold? standard

^That is one of the most frequently asked questions we get. The answer is not simple…. Because water expands when it freezes, it obviously is the first line of protection to have your irrigation system ‘blown out’ to protect it from freezing temperatures. Are there other things you can do as a homeowner? We have homeowners who, once their irrigation system is winterized, actually wrap their valves and backflow devices in plastic, then a towel and secure it to prevent freezing of water from the outside. It’s interesting when I hear this but I certainly can tell you that this doesn’t hurt as unorthodox as it sounds to irrigation professionals. Typically this is recommended as a short term prevention method ...

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Irrigation Atlanta: Winter & Rain Sensors standard

We’d like to remind our customers that irrigation systems should be shut down when the temperatures drop below freezing to prevent overspray from freezing on sidewalks and streets and causing accidents/injuries. Irrigation systems installed after 2007 must by law have rain sensors that shut the system down when it is raining or when temperatures fall below 32 degrees F. Not only is this water efficient but it’s for safety’s sake. You can have a professional shut your system down during the wintertime as well as have them install a rain sensor. Many companies, such as ours, also offer a spring start up as well to get your system back up and running after its been shut down all winter. Please like ...

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Irrigation Atlanta #olderirrigationsystems standard

Not all older irrigation systems are fixable. Not all older irrigation systems need to be replaced. A thorough evaluation of your watering needs and irrigation system is necessary to determine if your irrigation system is repairable. It may also come down to a question of cost. In some cases, repairing an older irrigation system may not be cost effective when you compare repair costs with that of a new system, with a warranty. Also, technology in the irrigation industry is so far advanced from even 10 years ago that the actual “watering costs” should also be considered when considering whether to repair, update or  replace an older irrigation system. Please like & share:

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