Tulsa Sprinkler Repair


Irrigation Repairs

Let’s be honest for a minute. Summer is hot and sunny, ridiculously hot and sunny, especially in Tulsa. You know it and you were smart when working on your landscape. You had a sprinkler system installed. Maybe you’ve noticed it’s not working or there are patches of dying, brown grass in your yard. You’re now wondering if investing in that sprinkler system was worth it. The answer to that is, yes it was and still is worth it. You might just need some repairs done.

There are a few things that might be happening if your Tulsa sprinkler system is not working as well as you want. The most noticeable is a sprinkler head being broken or misaligned. If this is the case, water is not going where it needs to and is missing areas that need water. Just like people, grass needs a minimum amount of water to survive and be healthy. Sprinkler systems are designed so that one sprinkler head covers a certain area. If a sprinkler head is broken or not lined up properly then it could be watering an area less than it should be or not at all. This sprinkler repair involves adjusting or replacing the current sprinkler head.

A bigger, and more serious issue could be in the piping of the sprinkler system. There could be a crack or even a connection that has come apart. This takes more than just walking round the yard to find out. There may be some digging involved. Unless you have extensive knowledge of sprinkler repair, you may make the problem worse if you try to fix it yourself. You’ll need a professional to take a look.

The experts at Oklahoma Landscape in Tulsa are ready and capable of helping you with your sprinkler repair. We will be able to find the source of your problems and make the repairs. Oklahoma Landscape in Tulsa also specializes in regular maintenance of your sprinkler system to prevent any future problems you might face.

Staying on top of maintenance is always the best way to prevent a broken sprinkler system. If you do need sprinkler repairs, it’s not the end of the world. With the right help, you can get your Oklahoma lawn back to its tip-top shape and prevent any more problems.


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