Irrigation Installation and Repair

Irrigation systems provide us with lush lawns and vibrant landscaping. Irrigation system installations should be performed by professionals. Regular inspections and prompt repairs will keep the system in good working order for many years to come.

Keeping your irrigation system well maintained prevents flooding, which can cause expensive property damage, and saves water from being wasted when the system is used. Mr. Rooter® Plumbing offers lawn irrigation system repairs and installations for clients coast-to-coast.

Need irrigation service now? Call Mr. Rooter Plumbing for assistance.

Types of Home Irrigation System Services We Provide

Mr. Rooter Plumbing provides many irrigation system services, including:

  • Drip line installation and repair.
  • Irrigation pipe repair or installation.
  • Sprinkler head installation and repair.
  • Irrigation pump installation and repair.
  • Adding branches to irrigation systems.
  • Irrigation system control box installation and programming.
  • Troubleshooting water pressure issues.
  • Winterizing irrigation systems.

Common Irrigation Problems

Poor water pressure and inadequate sprinkler coverage can result in a lackluster yard and loads of frustration. Sprinklers and drip lines that are not working properly can cause brown grass, dying plants, high water bills, and wasted water runoff.

These are a few of the most common home irrigation repairs Mr. Rooter Plumbing can perform for you.

Clogged or damaged sprinklers. Debris can collect inside sprinkler heads and tubes. That debris can reduce or completely block the sprinkler head’s water flow.

Missing or damaged sprinkler heads. Snow shovels, lawn mowers, and dogs are a few of the most common causes of damaged sprinklers. If you spot a geyser of water shooting straight up in the air, you need to get that sprinkler head replaced right away.

Damaged irrigation pipes. If patches of your lawn are suddenly soggy, it’s probably caused by a broken pipe under your lawn. Left unattended, this problem can lead to major property damage. Turn off the irrigation system and call your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing to for irrigation pipe repair right away.

Find Irrigation and Sprinkler Installation and Repair Near Me

For over 50 years, Mr. Rooter Plumbing has served the plumbing repair needs of customers across the country. We have built a strong reputation for accurate estimates and reliable service professionals. Let us restore your sprinklers (and your landscaping) back to full potential. Call us or request an estimate online to get started.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between HDPE vs. PVC irrigation pipes?

High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is a flexible plastic that’s great for low water pressure and making turns around underground obstacles. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is more rigid but stronger than HDPE, making it more suitable for higher water pressure and direct burial applications. Both materials make great irrigation pipes for different purposes.

How much water does drip irrigation save?

Drip irrigation delivers water directly to a plant’s root zone and may use less than half the water you would use with a traditional sprinkler.

How do you close an irrigation system for winter?

Winterizing your irrigation system can prevent pipe damage due to water expanding inside pipes during the winter. All water should be blown out of irrigation pipes before the first hard freeze. The water supply to the irrigation system should also be turned off. Sprinkler heads located near driveways and footpaths should be removed to prevent damage caused by plows and shovels.

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