A lot of home owners have choose and are starting to choose to have irrigation systems or sprinkler systems permanently installed in their lawns. On top of that most newly constructed residential housing and commercial buildings come with sprinklers installed.
What a lot of first time irrigation system owners don't realize is they require a certain level of maintenance to keep them running properly.Often times problems in the irrigation system can lead to wasted water or property damage. If you don't fix a leak fast enough gallons of water can be lost an hour. If you leave a sprinkler head broke it can wash out an entire area of your lawn. Also your lawn can appear brown as if its not getting enough water if the system isn't working correctly or start to wilt due to over watering.
Most irrigation problems are easily resolved, but the issues have to be found so they can be repaired. The easiest way to maintain your irrigation system is to regularly turn on each zone.
Clogged Sprinklers - Leaking Sprinklers - Overspray - Design Problems - Missing Nozzles - Pipe Leaks