Sprinkler and irrigation valves are used to control and regulate the one directional flow of water for both above ground and in-ground systems; they’re
used in commercial as well as, residential landscapes. Valves are plumbed in a sequential manner which is referred to as the manifold. Above ground valves
are called anti-syphon valves and the valves located underground are referred to as inline valves.
Since valves are often below ground in a control box they can be a daunting task to take on alone. If you find your valve box underwater, you will need to turn off the water source to the valves. Another common problem with valves is not properly turning on or shutting off. When these diaphragms wear down they become weak and tend to slowly leak water when not activated; other times they simply do not shut down. Many weak irrigation valves are due to worn out diaphragms, however there are many other possible parts that could become damaged or broken; resulting in an improperly working system. Let us come out to thoroughly diagnose the problem and select the best course of action to get your system functioning.
Valves come in numerous sized and brands, our technicians are thoroughly trained in all areas. In addition we offer a 5-year warranty as it gives you piece of mind.
Our Sprinkler Repair Pricing:
- Service call - $60 includes first 1/2 hour labor
- Valves - start at $60
- Controllers - start at $225
- Pop-up heads - start at $6
- Drips parts - start at $4