What Is Included In A Maintenance Contract?

An Irrigation System Maintenance Contract provides periodic site visits depending on the type and frequency of contract selected. The following services are performed during a maintenance contract:

  • Complete inspection of irrigation system
  • Manually run each zone
  • Check all sprinkler heads for adequate lawn and landscaping coverage
  • Replace filter screens in spray heads if needed
  • Clean grass out from around each sprinkler head if needed
  • Adjust sprinkler heads as needed
  • Check all shrub zones for adequate watering
  • Set irrigation timer for proper municipality watering restrictions
  • Check solenoid valves
  • Inspect water source
  • Check rain sensor

Additionally, any person or company participating in scheduled maintenance service contracts will not be charged a service call fee for any other irrigation services needed outside of their regularly scheduled maintenance services, only labor and material. This is up to an $89 savings per visit.

An annual inspection of a Backflow Prevention Device is mandated by Federal and Local Regulatory Agencies. An annual backflow device inspection includes the following:

  • Inspect for any existing leaks, advice if repairs are needed
  • Test all shut all valves for proper operations and tight shut off
  • Clean valves as needed
  • Test that PSID holds at proper pressure for valves
  • Complete testing report for submission to utility regulatory agency