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Irrigation

Proper irrigation is essential to keep your lawn green and lush, regardless of whether you live in South Florida or not. It’s about finding the right balance between water conservation and sufficient water for plant growth. You’ll end up with a brown patchy lawn. You’ll waste water and money, and your greenery may even be destroyed.

Livingston Landscapes & Design believes that beautiful properties start with a healthy, green, and thriving lawn. Expert sprinkler installation, maintenance, and repair in the South Florida Area

Serving South Florida residential and commercial customers for over 30 years. Our team of irrigation specialists is committed to providing exceptional lawn and irrigation services. We have gained the trust of our local community. Livingston Landscapes & Design is synonymous with lush lawns and smart water conservation in South Florida.

Our irrigation specialists have the experience, expertise, and resources to meet all your irrigation requirements. Our efficient systems are built to save water, reduce costs, and ensure smooth operation for many years. We are a reliable, honest, and trustworthy company that can install, repair or maintain sprinkler systems and water systems throughout South Florida.

We are sprinkler specialists who have been in the business of fixing sprinkler problems for many years. These are some of the most common residential sprinkler problems:

Sprinkler Leaks

If your sprinkler system becomes worn or damaged from foot traffic, moving, or other lawn care services, it may leak. Your utility bills will rise if your sprinklers leak. These can cause dramatic pressure loss and dry areas in your lawn. As well, valves can leak over time. We recommend that you invest in our service plan. You’ll get 4 visits per annum to inspect the valves.

Sprinkler head clogged

Dirt and other debris can build up over time in lawn sprinklers’ nozzles and filters. If your irrigation system doesn’t get enough water out of the nozzle, it could cause damage. The technician will inspect your system and determine where there is clogging.

Disable Sprinkler Nozzles

The water pressure can be decreased if any of the spray-type sprinkler nozzles are removed due to mowing, general wear, and tear, or other reasons. A decreased water pressure can lead to insufficient lawn coverage, dry patches, and weed or fungus growth. Based on the brand and type of sprinkler, our sprinkler repair experts can locate the problem nozzle and replace it.

Broken Sprinkler Pipes

A broken pipe may cause bubbling water, wet areas, or patches of grass that are greener than the rest. To fix a damaged pipe, your technician might need to excavate the area. Your technician will clean up the damaged area after exposing it, cleaning it, and then repairing it. This will ensure that your lawn is back to its lush, green, and healthy condition in the shortest time possible.

Wiring Issues

It can be very difficult to wire irrigation systems. Our sprinkler experts can inspect your wiring to find and repair damaged or spliced wires. Technicians have the most up-to-date wire tracking equipment that allows them to locate valves or break the wire. Your technician will be able to replace or service your transformer, rewire your electric solenoid valves, or install low-voltage control wires if necessary.

Broken Sprinkler Timer

It can be difficult to use your sprinklers correctly if the controller/timer is not working properly. You could also waste a lot of money and water if your rain and moisture sensor, temperature sensor, or timer malfunctions. Our skilled technicians are able to repair or replace your existing control and sensor systems with the most recent technology.

Backflow Issues

Backflow can release harmful chemicals into your water supply. Our technicians will perform an advanced test to determine if your sprinkler system has potential for backflow. If it is, we can repair or upgrade your preventive device to stop backflow from occurring in the future. It is vital to ensure safe drinking water and bathing water supply to your home by installing a properly functioning backflow prevention mechanism.

Get rid of unused water

Poor spray patterns, outdated sprinkler systems, inefficient layouts, or other issues with sprinklers can lead to wasted water and skyrocketing utility costs. Our certified Landscape Professionals will assess your irrigation system to identify areas where improvements can be made to reduce water consumption. Your sprinkler technician will then recommend practical solutions that conserve water and lower utility costs. Then, they’ll help you implement those solutions.

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