We all know that feeling of turning something on, only to find out it isn’t working. It’s especially frustrating if you have no idea what’s wrong with it.
So if you turn on your sprinkler system and it isn't working right, you can try to troubleshoot the issue before it gets worse.
A broken or damaged sprinkler system can hike up your water bill and even damage your landscape and home if left unattended. So before summer gets into full swing, take the time to troubleshoot any potential irrigation problems.
Here are five things you should look for to figure out if your sprinkler system is faulty and needs repairs.