• Tulsa Sprinkler System Preparing Guide for The Spring and Summer

     

     


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    Tulsa Sprinkler System Preparing Guide for The Spring and Summer

    It may just be winter, but many people are already thinking about warm sunny days, blooming flowers, and lush, green lawns. Spring will be here before you know it, and while you may have already winterized your irrigation systems, it’s important to know how to tune-up your sprinkler in the Spring

    The good news? It’s a fairly easy job. Many homeowners take on the responsibility on their own, but it’s also always an option to choose your local Tulsa sprinkler systems repair service to come take care of it for you. Not only do you need the right conditions for an efficient sprinkler system, but you need to know how to re-start it again, too. If you would like to tackle it yourself, however, and make sure your irrigation system works well through the warmer months, simply follow the steps below.

    Check the Ground

    One of the biggest mistakes you can make is getting over-eager to start your sprinkler system. Warmer weather can make us anxious to water the lawn, but keep in mind that the ground can still be frozen for several days, or even weeks, as the weather gets warm. Starting up your sprinkler system when the ground is still frozen can be dangerous, and can actually cause your pipes to burst, in which case you’d absolutely need to call a sprinkler system repair in Tulsa.

    Control the Settings

    A little cleaning and double-checking is in order before starting up your sprinkler system in the Spring. Dust away and cobwebs and dirt from the timer, and make sure the settings are exactly where you want them to be. You may even want to test and change the battery in the timer, just to make sure you’re starting out the season on the right watering schedule.

    Replace Any Necessary Parts

    If a sprinkler head or nozzle has broken over the winter, be sure to replace them before turning on your system. Look for cracks, worn down components, or leaks that could possibly happen. You’ll want to make sure everything is in proper working condition, so you don’t have a mess to deal with in the middle of the season.

     

    Inspect the Valves

    Just as you check on the different parts of the sprinkler system, be sure to double check the valves. The manual drain valves should be turned to the ‘closed’ position, and other valves should be leak-free. Consider the valves the heart and soul of your whole system. If they aren’t working properly, you’re not going to get the adequate coverage you’re looking for.

    Check the Water Pressure

    Water pressure is so important in maintaining consistency in your irrigation system. It needs to be within a safe range from the start. Too much pressure could burst the pipes, and not enough pressure could lead to insufficient results for your lawn. Typically, the water pressure of your irrigation system should be somewhere between 40-65 PSI. If you’re unsure of how to check the pressure, or think you may have a pressure problem, don’t be afraid to call Affordable IrrigationTulsa to come take care of it for you.

    Clear the Flow

    Finally, do a simple check of the sprinkler heads, and brush away any debris that may have formed over the winter. Rocks,  dirt, etc. can sometimes get in the way of the sprinkler dispersing water properly, creating an uneven flow and distribution across the lawn. Keeping your sprinkler heads free and clear of this kind of debris will ensure your lawn is evenly watered for the entire season.

    Get Ready for Warmer Weather

    With cold weather on the way, it might be hard to think about Spring at the moment, but these simple ‘getting ready’ tips are easy to forget when the sun starts shining, and we want to water our lawns. Keep these useful suggestions in mind whenever you get ready to start up your irrigation system for the Spring. Most of them are easy enough to take care of yourself with just a little time, and a general knowledge of your system.

    However, if you have any questions on how to tune up your sprinkler system for warmer weather, don’t hesitate to contact Affordable Irrigation Tulsa. Don’t wait until your sprinkler needs repair to get it checked out. Instead, avoid the need for repair, and potential problems that could cost a lot of money in the long run. With simple upkeep, and knowing exactly how to keep your sprinkler system in top shape, you’ll be ready for the next season in no time. Save time, save money, and save your lawn with these simple Spring tune-up steps. You’ll be able to appreciate and enjoy the benefits from them all Spring and Summer long, and know you’re giving your system the best chance at a long life.

    For more information on Tulsa sprinkler systems or irrigation systems, contact Affordable Irrigation Tulsa at (918) 720-3257 or visit us online at http://www.affordableirrigationtulsa.com

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