Sprinkler Heads, Moving Sprinkler Heads, Replacing Sprinkler Heads, Adjusting Sprinkler Heads, Sprinkler Head Checkup

Posted: February 18, 2020 in Emergency Sprinkler Repair, lawn sprinkler repair, sprinkler repair
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Oklahoma Drainage and Sprinkler Repair – Providing Expert Sprinkler Repair since 1993.

Emergency Sprinkler Repair – After Hours – Weekends

Drainage Systems and French Drain Installation

Servicing all of Central and Western Oklahoma

Lets face it.  Lots of things can go wrong with a Sprinkler Head.  Lawn mower and weed eater damage are the two most common causes of Sprinkler Head Problems.  They can also be crushed when some one drives a car across your yard.  I’ve even seen dogs chew the tops off of Sprinkler Heads.  These are just a few of the reasons for Sprinkler Repair.

Oklahoma Drainage and Sprinkler Repair can Replace Damaged Sprinkler heads.

 

Many times Sprinkler Heads don’t Spray in the correct location.  We had a customer in Lawton who had a Rotor Sprinkler Head that spent most of its time spraying into the swimming pool.  Yikes!

Another customer had a fire start from a sprinkler head spraying directly into an old outdoor electrical outlet.

The point is, many folks have trouble adjusting sprinkler heads properly.  RainBird, Toro, and Hunter Sprinkler Heads all adjust differently.

We provide expert sprinkler head adjustment for all brands of sprinkler heads.  Some brands of Sprinkler Heads have more to offer than others.  Many home owners have one brand in their flower beds and another brand in the yard.

Maybe your Sprinkler Head isn’t broken or out of adjustment.  It may just need to be moved to a better position.  Sprinkler Heads being in the wrong place is very common.  Some times the sprinkler company that installed them just didn’t put one or several Sprinkler Heads in the best and most productive places.  Your yard may change and you need to move Sprinkler Heads.  Adding a swimming pool or expanding a driveway are two common reasons to move Sprinkler Heads.

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Installing new rotor sprinkler head

Since 1993, Oklahoma Drainage and Sprinkler Repair has been Replacing, Adjusting, and Moving Sprinkler heads.  Over the years, we have provided expert service for countless thousands of Sprinkler Heads.

 

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