When winter rolls around, you’ll need specialized equipment to provide your sprinkler system with a proper blowout and winterization. We have that equipment, and can save you time by doing it for you! Don’t go the cheap route and try to do it yourself with equipment you can find around the house. It won’t work, and in the spring, your system will need repairs because your sprinklers will be damaged from the cold.
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What to Expect
Sprinkler Master goes through a 5 step checklist to winterize your lawn irrigation system.
First, we will shut off your main line or the stop-and-waste valve.
Then, we’ll hook up our commercial air compressor and run air through each zone to insure that each zone on the sprinkler system is adequately drained to prevent damage.
We then set the sprinkler timer accordingly for winter use.
If necessary, we will open the bleeder valves.
We shut down the back flow by turning the ports to open and putting the ball valves to a 45° degrees.