BNC recognizes the fact that eventually, repairs will need to be made. Whether you have a leak in your yard, a non working zone, or issues with your system that do not seem right, BNC specializes in irrigation repair.
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When you water with a hose, do you know if you are over or under watering? Regulating our water usage is the first step to water conservation.
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BNC Lawn care is licensed and insured, and ready to install, maintain, repair, and upgrade sprinkler and irrigation systems. If you have found yourself needing sprinkler help, whether it be to put a new one in or to fix your current system, we are ready to serve you. We have found that we have two major checks when we arrive at your home.
The first type of check is for those who are selling their home. When clients are selling their homes, they may not need updates and suggestions on new products to enhance their current system. We will only check for a working system, that all heads pop up, all zones turn on, and no leaks exist, to allow the home owner peace of mind to know that when the inspection time comes, the sprinkler system will not be an issue.
The second type of check is for problems currently existing and also updates and suggestions for new coverage to match their new and updated landscape. As time passes, the shrubs, trees, plants and landscape we install will out grow the sprinklers that were originally put in. BNC is well known for being very knowledgeable on the newest products to make sure you are given the best advice to update your system to match your landscape, all while conserving as much water as we can.
How is the cost of a sprinkler system determined?
The cost of a sprinkler system is determined by multiple factors. These include…
- The size of the flowerbeds
- The lot size
- The city where the installation takes place
- The preference of materials used
Many things can determine the cost of the sprinkler system, as it all depends on each customer’s specific situation.
How can I tell if I have enough water pressure to have a sprinkler system installed?
Typically, the water pressure at a home ranges from 50 to 65 PSI. If you’re not sure about your own home though, BNC Lawn Care can provide this information once a thorough assessment of your landscape is done.
How can I reduce water usage in my sprinkler system?
One of the best ways to ensure you reduce the water usage in a sprinkler system is to have the entire irrigation system audited by a professional technician. To do this, check with your water provider or seek out a third-party auditor who is capable of performing the check.
Another option is to adjust your irrigation timer to run during various times of the day. You should adjust the controller to prepare for seasonal changes in the weather within your area at least once per month. This simple monthly change could save water and money more than any other change you make to the irrigation system.
Alternatively, run your system during the early morning hours. During the cooler hours of the day, less water is lost to evaporation, and wind tends to be calmer in the morning. Watering during the evening hours, however, could cause diseased plants and use more water.
What should I look for during my system performance check?
Things that homeowners should look for when doing a system performance check include the following:
- Low pressure
- The direction of the sprinkler heads
- The height of the sprinkler heads
- Testing the zoning of system from main controller
- Functionality of nozzles
- Test sensors
- Checking the full coverage of system
Following a system performance check, you may discover the need for a backflow device. What is a backflow device, and why do I need one on my sprinkler system, you may be asking yourself?
In the majority of homes, the landscape water system (sprinkler system) and the potable water system are combined into one single vessel. There is no form of separation between the two, which can actually be dangerous. The sprinkler lines will often run directly through gardens and across the lawn, which are sometimes littered with weed killer, pesticides, and various other poisons people use to manage their lawn. On occasion, sprinkler systems will often pull water in backward, known as backflow. Backflow results in contaminated tap water in the home.
A backflow device will prohibit any contaminates from seeping into the personal water supply of a home. An anti-siphon valve has a stabilizing mechanism already combined into the device to help prevent poisons from entering the water. For those who want to ensure their water supply is safe, install a backflow device. The device stops backflow from flowing into the incorrect pipes (your water supply.)