Sprinkler Repair FAQs for Chino Hills, CA

The Sprinkler Repair Company is dedicated to providing reliable and efficient sprinkler repair services to residents and businesses in Chino Hills and the surrounding areas. We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions from our clients to help you make informed decisions about your irrigation system.

Our team is here to offer answers and solutions tailored to your specific needs. From troubleshooting common issues to exploring the benefits of upgrading your system, we've got you covered.

If you have any additional questions or would like to schedule a consultation, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Our  team is always ready to assist you with all your sprinkler repair needs in Chino Hills and the surrounding areas. You can also give us a call at 951-903-8160.

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Why is My Sprinkler Head Leaking?

There are many reasons your sprinkler head could be leaking. Most of the time roots growing in or around the nozzle or pipes will cause a faulty connection. Once we arrive, our team will rule out any other possibilities and check for potential wears and tears. When it comes to sprinkler leaks, avoiding the problem, or delaying it, will only make matters worse. Don’t wait another day. Call the experts at The Sprinkler Repair Company and let us know the nature of the malfunction, i.e. is your sprinkler head leaking while your sprinkler is in use or when your sprinkler is off.

Why Isn’t My Sprinkler Turning Off?

No need to be alarmed, your sprinkler system isn’t possessed. Like leaks, there are a number of reasons your sprinkler system isn’t turning off. If you are like most people, you may have tried to solve the problem on your own by unplugging the timer, only to learn that sprinkler systems are not as straightforward as you originally thought. Most likely it is a hydraulic problem and you’ll need to call a professional.

Having Trouble Finding Valves?

Over time, grass will grow over and bury your system sprinkler valves. If your valve box was installed above ground it may be easier to locate, but if it was installed underground, finding it can be extremely tricky. Luckily, The Sprinkler Repair Company aims to keep things simple. Using a wire and valve locater, an instrument similar to a metal detector, we can easily find a missing valve.

Sprinklers Not Covering as Well as It Used to?

Distance depends on incoming water pressure, so a warn valve or a leak could be the culprit. Do you know how or where to shut-off your system when a zone is stuck on? 99 percent of the time the valve is stuck because debris. This is a common and an unavoidable problem. Rest assured The Sprinkler Repair Company has all the necessary tools and equipment to get your sprinkler back to its working condition in no time. We realize that your time is a precious commodity. That’s why our service truck is fully stocked with everything we need.