We've been installing, repairing and maintaining sprinkler systems in the Antelope area for as long as there have been systems here. Our techs are the most experienced in the area and have worked on systems for the local school district and several major area retailers. Our commercial division offers monthly check-up service to make sure that all of your sprinkler heads are in good working order and that your lawn is getting all the water it needs.
Once we arrive, we'll get straight to work and diagnose whatever it is that ails your system. Our Antelope sprinkler repair contractors have the latest technology to quickly locate underground pipes and leaks, so we can get to repairs quickly without having to drill exploratory holes in your lawn. Being able to locate the problem quickly allows us to have most repairs done in just a few hours. If it is going to take longer, we'll keep you in the loop. Just know that we'll never rush through a job to get it done. It's either done right or we don't do it at all. Give our Antelope sprinkler installation team a call now and get expert service today!
Our Antelope sprinkler installation specialists optimize systems by taking a whole system approach. The initial step in our system check is to evaluate the existing landscape. Once we have a good understanding of the needs of the land, we can then take a coverage audit. We'll test your system to see where it is failing to deliver adequate water and where it is delivering too much. Once we've got these two checks done, we can then optimize each sprinkler head individually.
This whole system approach allows us to design a system that will be able to grow with your landscape. Our modular approach to systems allows you to change up your landscape at any time you wish. This is great for new home owners who have a distinct vision for their yards or for older couples who just aren't up to the busywork of keeping up annual flower beds. Whatever your watering needs were, we'll be able to update them by placing and orienting new sprinkler heads, adding or removing drip irrigation lines or even installing secondary pump systems to compensate for the new pond and sprinkler combo that you've always wanted.