At Living Water irrigation we really care about doing great work for our sprinkler repair Tulsa customers.
We strive to put in the very best products on our irrigation systems. We typically use three-quarter inch pipes for all of our lateral lines and one inch pipes for all of our supply lines.
This extends to supply lines coming from the backflow to the valves and also when the pipe is coming from the water meter to the backflow. Most of our customers typically have a PVB backflow or a RPz backflow.
We sometimes run into customers who have a dual check or a double check backflow preventer.
All irrigation systems have some sort of backflow preventer, which is not only code to the city that the system is in, but also to prevent water from the irrigation from coming back into the water that is coming into your house, this is important because a lot of times clients will put certain fertilizers in and around places where the heads are it, so it is imperative to have a good working backflow that can prevent any water from coming through the heads falling down through the pipes and into the supply line, which may feed in to your home.
At Living Water Irrigation we always use the most up-to-date products on our systems. We are currently using MP rotors for yard zones, and we typically use 4 to 6 inch pop-up heads for all flowerbeds and side of the homes.
By using the most current irrigation products, we ensure that you will not only have the best working and best looking system around but also the most reliable.
We understand that maintenance on an irrigation system can be something that is undesirable and an inconvenience to our customers. When we install systems we offer a two year warranty.
Our two-year warranty ensures that if there’s anything that happens to your system that we could have prevented or if we installed a bad part we will replace it at no cost.
We use hunter PGV valves on all of our installs and sprinkler repair Tulsa. These valves are very good at staying reliable and doing a good job at facing the test of time. We also use hunter pop-up heads which we have found do the best job at maintaining integrity in harsh conditions which could consist of a lawnmower, running over them and sandy soil getting into the head and clogging up the gears.
When it comes to irrigation repairs. Living Water irrigation does the best job showing up to the job finding the problem letting you know how the problem can be solved and giving you a quote or a bid on how much it would cost to fix the problem on most occasions we can make the sprinkler repair Tulsa that day, sometimes if there is a situation where maybe a new pool was put in or maybe a customer would like to redesign their entire system.
We may have to wait a few days and schedule a time when multiple guys can come out and take care of the issue all at once, but if it’s a small problem like a broken head or a ruptured pipe or a stuck open valve, we can typically always take care of that that day.
During the hot summer, this is ideal being able to take care of the problem right then and there and check out the rest of the system and make sure that everything else is running properly because when it is really dry and hot in the summer peoples grass definitely can dry out.
A lot of our client spend a lot of money on different types of grasses, including right in fescue in Bermuda, these side laid yards can be very expensive to have an entire yard lead with side we understand this which is why we do our best to get out once a clients calls us as soon as possible and get the irrigation system running that way the grass does not dry out and die.
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Living Water specializes in irrigation repairs in the Tulsa and surrounding areas.
Irrigation repairs can range from a multitude of things. Sometimes during the summer we run into situations where a head or a box gets broken or chopped up by the lawnmower.
Sometimes we even see dogs chewing up heads. We understand that these things happen. This is why we show up with a van fully stocked with an inventory with a full range of different things that we may run into. We want to be able to solve the problem that day and get your system up and running so that your yard doesn’t dry out.
We understand people spend good money on keeping and maintaining a great yard. Our customers also more often than not put sod down and we understand that laying sod can be very expensive to put down on your entire yard.
This is why we strive to get out to our clients as soon as possible in situations like this, so that they can be at ease, knowing that their system is operating properly.
The yard has head to head coverage and no spot of the yard is going without water. A lot of times people do not have a coverage issue. Perhaps they have an issue with the watering schedule on their controller during the warm summers.
It’s most important to water in the early morning or the evening. We typically recommend running your system at a start time of 5:30-6 AM or in the evening at 7-8 pm this ensures that the sun isn’t drying out the majority of the water that you’re putting on your yard. Living Water irrigation is best at showing up to a job and finding the problem, letting you know how the problem can be solved, and giving you a quote or a bid on how much it would cost to fix the problem.
Most occasions we can make the repair that day. Sometimes if there is a situation where maybe a new pool was put in or a customer would like to redesign their entire system, we may have to wait a few days and schedule a time when multiple guys can come out and take care of the issue all at once.
Small issues like a broken head or a ruptured pipe or a stuck open valve can typically always be taken care of that day.
During the hot summer, it is ideal being able to take care of the problem right then and there and also run through the rest of the system and make sure that everything else is running properly because when it is hot and dry in the summer the grass can definitely dry out. A lot of our clients spend a lot of money and time on different types of grasses.
This includes but is not limited to rye, fescue and Bermuda. Depending on who installed the systems a multitude of things can go wrong and it tends to happen at the most important time of the watering season. Call Living Water Irrigation for prompt and reliable service each and every time. (918)-237-6181 www.LivingWaterIrrigationok.com