Author: docbrown

No job too small.

And that’s a fact!  Many service providers with crews of numerous workers target larger jobs to keep their people most busy. In many cases it will cost them money to go do a small repair. I like to service the small jobs our community needs a sprinkler repair  provider that will fix a sprinkler head, […]

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Like flipping a switch it all came at once!

I’ve been in St. George since 1998 and this is by far the latest we have gone before turning our sprinkler irrigation systems on. We’ve had massive amounts of rain and cooler temperatures this late winter early spring. The mountains have large accumulations of snow pack. The normal average start up time is February 15th. […]

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Water long less frequent…

Early spring is the perfect time to implement a correct watering schedule then modifying it slightly each month going forward through the entire year. (go to water schedule page for more details) The spring time when plants and trees coming out of hibernation benefit from in-frequent yet long deep watering on a particular water day. […]

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Sprinkler irrigation system springtime check-up tuneup adjustments and repair.

In the early springtime after the winter thaw landscape sprinkler systems need some attention. First is to run through the complete system and evaluate any noticeable sprinkler line leaks. Second make sure all of the sprinkler heads are popping up correctly. Many times over the winter debris  and even the turf itself can grow over […]

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Water for the Weather

With our continued growth here in the desert southwest water and water conservation will become more and more important in the future. There are many new technologies coming into play, one of the biggest in the sprinkler irrigation industry is the smart residential control timer. One of the benefits of the smart controller is that […]

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