Signs that your irrigation system needs repair include dry patches or oversaturated areas in your lawn, low water pressure, broken or clogged sprinkler heads, and unusual noises or vibrations coming from your irrigation system.
While some minor repairs, such as replacing a sprinkler head, can be done by a homeowner, most irrigation repairs should be left to a professional irrigation service provider who has the knowledge, skills, and equipment to diagnose and repair the problem.
The duration of irrigation repair depends on the type and extent of the repair needed. Minor repairs can often be completed within a few hours, while major repairs may take several days to complete.
To prevent future irrigation repairs, it’s important to have your irrigation system professionally maintained and inspected annually. Regular maintenance can help detect and prevent potential problems before they become major repairs. It’s also important to ensure that your irrigation system is installed and designed properly to prevent damage and wear over time.