Category Archives: Sprinkler Repair
After testing the electrical current at the sprinkler valves we determined that the wires had been cut when we didn’t get a reading. So we hooked up a wire tracker and within a few minutes found where the wires had … Continue reading
We are often asked by our lawn care customers if there are any advantages to changing existing 4 inch sprinkler heads to 6 inch sprinkler heads. So we thought we would take a moment and explain the advantages of … Continue reading
Hillsborough county has just released the updated watering days for lawns and landscape. If you need for LawnGuru to reset you timer or run through your system, please contact us and we will get an inspection scheduled for you. Water … Continue reading
This landscape turned out fabulous. Here is a cool picture of the plants getting watered in. Send us a message if you are interested in a custom landscape design.
One of our commercial property maintenance customers had the face plate stolen off their sprinkler timer. We replaced with a new Hunter outdoor timer. Will post a picture of the new unit next time we visit the property.
Updated Watering Days from Hillsborough County. Addresses ending in the number 0 or 1: Mondays only Addresses ending in the number 2 or 3: Tuesdays only Addresses ending in the number 4 or 5: Wednesdays only Addresses ending in the … Continue reading
Performed a sod replacement for a customer in Bloomingdale last week. Zoysia is becoming a very popular grass in the Tampa Bay area. I will be following the progress of this lawn.
Performing sprinkler maintenance for one of our commercial clients in Brandon. Monthly checks are very important for commercial complexes because the problems can be corrected before major problems develop within landscapes. There were only a couple issues here, got them … Continue reading
It’s a good idea to go ahead and replace your old worn out 4in pop-up sprinkler heads with 6 in pop-up sprinkler heads. They cost a little more but you won’t have to raise the sprinkler head nearly as often. … Continue reading
Sprinkler repair tip, when replacing a sprinkler timer take a pic of the color wire to each specific zone
Learned this one the hard way. When you’re replacing a sprinkler timer take a second and take a picture of the wires and which irrigation zones they go to. This will save you time from having to figure out why … Continue reading
Don’t wait until its too late! If you want to be prepared and save money down the road, schedule an appointment with us to come out and located your lost sprinkler valves. We will come out with our valve locator … Continue reading
Fixing a broken sprinkler line for an irrigation maintenance customer in Valrico. How’d this pipe break I wonder… Probably has something to do with this palm tree being planted. Appears someone broke the pipe with a shovel while digging. Be careful … Continue reading
Doing some irrigation sprinkler maintenance for a commercial client of ours. With a irrigation sprinkler checkup we will run through your sprinkler system and flag and problems. Upon completion of the checkup we will provide you with an estimate of … Continue reading
Starting on March 13th the Tampa Bay Area is going to once a week lawn watering schedule. Below is the schedule that will need to be followed. Here’s the schedule: The numbers are for your last digit of your house … Continue reading
This is a yard we have been maintaining for years. Last year we put in a beautiful landscape. This yard is beautiful and Lawn Guru has been recognized again for the Great service and landscape we provided!
I’m sure everyone has noticed a dramatic increase in their lawns beauty with all of this rain. I wanted to take a few minutes to remind you a few different things to take into account with all of this rain. … Continue reading
There are three things that make yards look great. Sharp blades, water, and fertilizer. If you are missing any of these three things your yard can only look so good. Below is a picture of our blades at the start … Continue reading
Addresses ending in 0, 1, 2 or 3 Monday and Thursday Addresses ending in 4, 5 or 6 Tuesday and Friday Addresses ending in 7, 8 or 9, locations with no address (common areas, entry areas), and locations with mixed … Continue reading