Sprinkler repair helps to repair a sophisticated pressure system: your sprinkler. You want to keep your sprinklers in good condition for a lot of reasons.
Sprinkler System Repair and your HOA
If you need to repair your sprinkler, it’s never a good idea to wait. Why? Well, for one, your Homeowner’s Association may decide to fine you. Homeowner’s associations are usually in place to keep property values up, even though sometimes they fail miserably.
Regardless, if you are violation of the agreement that you signed when you purchased the home, such as a sprinkler in need of repair, you could face fines of up to $500. In addition to the HOA, you may find that you are also in trouble with the city in terms of damages, and an inordinately high water bill next month. So sprinkler repair is not a “I’ll get around to fixing it problem.” There is another set of reasons you want to fix it as quickly as you can.
Sprinkler Repair and Property Damage
Water can damage untreated concrete, as well as decking and patio furniture. It also can ruin plants that are sensitive to too much water, such as cacti or succulents. So the cost to repair your sprinkler in Prescott may be actually cheaper than replacing your plants, decking or concrete.
Water that is left standing also acts as a perfect magnet for termites, which obviously you do not want eating away at the foundations of your home. Water puddles also are breeding grounds for mosquitoes, and also draw cockroaches and other pests including rats and pigeons. So, every time you turn on the sprinkler, you’ll get a yard fountain as well as flooding on your property. Too much water can also kill your lawn, and leave you with a mud bog instead. All of this can come from a broken sprinkler.
So as you see, leaving problems for a better time is rarely a good idea. And doing sprinkler repair should be towards the top of your list.
Green ServPro LLC
600 W. Ray Rd. Suite B2
Prescott AZ 85225