As the seasons transition and the leaves start to fall, homeowners often wonder about the right time to winterize their lawn sprinkler systems. While the exact date can vary based on regional climate and specific weather patterns, there is a general time frame that's ideal for most homeowners.
As winter approaches, many homeowners have questions about preparing their lawn sprinkler system for the colder months. Winterizing your sprinkler system is crucial to ensure its longevity and functionality. In this blog post, we'll address some of the most common questions about the winterization process.
As the golden hues of autumn give way to the chilly embrace of winter, homeowners start preparing their homes for the colder months. One crucial task that often goes overlooked is winterizing the lawn sprinkler system. But what does it mean to winterize a sprinkler system, and why is it so essential?
what is the BEST option for you?
Have you ever thought about the different offers for decorating holiday lights? Some companies offer a leasing option to install Christmas lights on your home and bushes every year for a set price. Most of the time it is a couple of thousand dollars, depending upon the size of the home and shrubs. This price will also include the company returning after the season, removing the lights, and storing them until next season. Sounds like a great option - right?
How many people out there like to sign long term service contracts and pre-pay for yearly services? Over our
years in business, we at Pacific Lawn Sprinklers
have learned that clients do NOT like to lock into maintenance service contracts or pre-pay for services. We can understand why- service contracts often have exclusions and stipulations, you can end up paying for services you don’t actually need, and the level of quality customer service usually decreases over time. Maintenance service contracts often include spring turn on and winterization visits, monthly inspections and service visits.