How to shut the system off. Is your system running when it shouldn’t be? A component may be causing a zone or multiple zones to run when they are supposed to be off.
If you find that you have areas that are overly wet between or after watering cycles, you should look into this right away.
If you’ve noticed a large increase in your water bill you may want to investigate your automated irrigation system.
If you see brown spots in your lawn, your system may be causing these problems due to damaged or clogged sprinkler heads, improper installation, or head placement.
Once you’ve determined that you have a problem with certain valves in your automated irrigation system you need to repair them.
Noisy pipes are a nuisance! Before you can fix the problem, you need to determine the cause. Is it water hammer, air in your pipes or something else? Find out…
If you already have an automated irrigation system installed and noticed one or more of these issues, you should definitely fix them. You can save 10% to 50% of your current irrigation costs.
Here’s a guide to common irrigation issues and tips to help you save and keep your landscape healthy.
A handy guide to help solve water supply mysteries that plague your home, landscape or other dwelling.
A handy guide to help you recognize common issues with valves.
A handy guide to help you recognize common issues with landscape sprinklers.
A handy guide to help you recognize common issues with landscape components, especially where problems with the wire(s) may be the cause.
We’ve included some charts to assist you in calculating friction loss and pressure loss. We’ve also provided some formulas and conversion factors for measurements commonly used in sprinkler and irrigation systems.
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