The longer your sprinkler system has been in use, the greater the likelihood it will continue to require significant maintenance. It’s possible that standard upkeep and repairs won’t be sufficient at some time in the future. In addition, the technology used in sprinkler systems is always evolving in this day and age. Just with other components in your home, upgrading your heating and cooling systems, as well as your light bulbs and other household appliances, may help you save a significant amount of money on your monthly energy costs. The good news is that the situation is the same with your new sprinkler system! It might take anywhere from five to seven years for a typical rotating sprinkler head to reach the end of its functional life. Even though your older sprinkler heads continue to function normally, this does not always guarantee that they are providing you with the most efficient use of water or the most value for your money. The question now is: how can you determine whether it is time to start upgrading?
- Sprinkler Heads Should Be Replaced As Soon As Possible
- The Rotary And Spray Heads Won’t Retract Into Their Housings
- There Has Been A Continuing Problem With Underground Leaks
- Sprinkler System Frequently Doesn’t Appear To Operate
- The Sprinkler System In Your Yard Is More Than 15 Years Old