Scheduling a winterization

180 CFM Air comperssor

We offer this service each fall, starting around the end of September and plan to have everyone completed by the end of October.

All of our clients who sign up for our service contracts will have this scheduled automatically. For those that do not, all you have to do is call our office or purchase them online.

Purchase Online Advise us Do it yourself

Purchase your Closing here

By purchasing your Closing now, you are CONFIRMING the water is OFF and the system is ready to be emptied.

If you will NOT be turning the water off now, you MUST indicate to us when the water will be OFF

If you have a Service Contract your closing is already paid for OR if you want to pay later, just let us know when the water will be turned OFF

Freezing Damage

We want to make sure homeowners are aware of the consequences of improper drainage of sprinkler systems.

Besides the immediate and obvious effects that freezing water has on the sprinklers and valves, the damage to pipes is less obvious. Over the years, if you do not remove enough of the water, the effects of repeated water expansion inside the pipes can weaken those pipes and lead to failure. If your system contains any PVC pipe, there is no question; improper drainage will almost certainly result in immediate damage.

Should you do it yourself?

While we always try to educate our clients on how to take care of their own systems, however, we do not recommend performing this yourself unless you plan on using a very large compressor. Worst case scenario, your system can be completely destroyed come spring time. Best case scenario, you will do long term damage to the system and reduce its life.

Please consider reading the following article if you are seriously considering it.

Manufacturers recommendations

Rain Bird winterization instructions

Hunter winterization instructions