A properly working irrigation system is essential to sustaining a thriving landscape. Time, seasonal changes, temperature fluctuations, and other factors will have an impact on your irrigation system, making regular maintenance especially important.


The Colorado winters can be hard on irrigation systems. During our spring start-up service, we restore the water flow to your system and inspect it from end-to-end for proper water flow and pressure. This process identifies any valve or line leaks and locates any broken heads that need to be replaced or adjusted for proper coverage. We will also program your irrigation controller.


To maintain proper soil moisture for your property, our team will make periodic adjustments to watering intervals and zone durations based on environmental conditions.


Sitting water and freezing temperatures do not mix. Our team will prepare your irrigation lines for winter, clearing them with compressed air and shutting off the controller and water source during the winter season.


Your Account Manager will schedule irrigation service visits throughout the growing season, according to your property’s needs. During these irrigation checks we inspect zones for proper water flow and pressure, monitor for leaks, identify needed repairs and adjust sprinkler heads for proper water coverage. In addition, backflow inspections are available upon request.


Time, physical damage and the constant effects of flowing water wear out irrigation system parts. During irrigation checks and other inspections, we will continually monitor your system. If repairs are needed, we will alert you to any costs that fall outside your service agreement and will make necessary repairs.