Sprinkler Repair, Moore, Norman, Oklahoma City, Edmond –

Posted: April 6, 2013 in sprinkler repair, Sprinkler Valves, sprinklers
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The term, “Sprinkler Repair,” Covers a lot of topics and areas of expertise.  Oklahoma Drainage and Sprinkler Repair has been providing Expert Sprinkler Repair for all of Central Oklahoma since 1993.

Sprinkler heads most commonly require the most attention.  Sprinkler heads get broken for a variety of reasons, from dogs to cars to weed eaters.  Sprinkler heads typically break at the connection, between the Head and the Sprinkler pipe.   There are several ways that a sprinkler head might be connected to the sprinkler pipe.  We are familiar with all the possible Sprinkler Head Connections.    Many times a home owner may want a sprinkler head moved or adjusted to spray in a different area.  We can adjust or move all brands of sprinkler heads.

A Popup Sprinkler Head and a Rotor Sprinkler Head

A Popup Sprinkler Head and a Rotor Sprinkler Head

Sprinkler Valves many times need attention.  Sprinkler Valves Leak.  Sprinkler Valves Stick open.  Sometimes Sprinkler Valves quit working completely.  Once again, we can handle any problem you might have with sprinkler valves.

Sprinkler Valves need maintenance!

Sprinkler Valves need maintenance!

Sprinkler Controllers many times are the source of  Sprinkler Problems.  They can stop working, or may be difficult to program.  We can quickly diagnose your Sprinkler Controller Problem and recommend a solution.

Sprinkler Wiring running from the Sprinkler Controller to the Sprinkler Valves can be the cause of many Sprinkler Problems.

Oklahoma Drainage and Sprinkler Repair

1.  Sprinkler Controller Problems

2. Leaking Back-Flow Valves

3.  Leaking Sprinkler Pipes

4.  Shorted or disconnected Sprinkler Valve Wires

5. Sprinkler Zones or Sprinkler Stations that won’t work

6. Broken Sprinkler Heads

7. Sprinkler Head Adjustment

 

Comments
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  2. […] Drain is one part of a Drainage System. A French Drain can be connected to other types of Drains or Gutter Down-Spouts and then run through Drain Pipe to an Exit point where the water is […]

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