Live in Plano and need professional sprinkler repair? Let us help!
Fully insured - Sprinkler repair - Irrigation installation - Backflow testing.
Hello and welcome to Repair Masters Sprinkler Repair and Installation Service. Based in DFW and proudly serving the Plano area, we offer a complete line of sprinkler services:
Our licensed sprinkler technicians can handle repair and installation requests with same day service anywhere in Plano TX. Whether you need an entire new sprinkler or irrigation system installed or simply have a damaged or leaky sprinkler head or valve, we can quickly diagnose and fix the problem at an affordable price.. For roof repair in the HEB area, please visit roofing by Rick in Bedford TX for more info.
Other cities in DFW and Dallas (North Dallas, South, West, East Dallas) served include Allen TX, Garland, Richardson, Mesquite, Rockwall, Rowlett, The Colony area, University Park, Lakewood, Prosper, Preston Rd. 75, 635, Hillcrest, Coit, Beltline, Parker, George Bush, Spring Creek, Arapaho, Greenville and Desoto.
Common sprinkler repair terms:
Aggregate - Groups of soil particles, held together and consisting of particles of sand, chalk and clay separated from each other by pores, holes or planes of weakness. The term, soil structure, refers to this arrangement of the soil in natural areas. Various types of soil structure are recognized (Massive, blocky, granular, etc).
Alfalfa valve - Outlet quarter valve attached to the top of a sprinkler riser with an opening equal in diameter to the inside diameter of the riser pipe and an adjustable lid or cover to control water flow.
Air gap - Physical removal of the supply pipe by at least two pipe diameters (never less than one inch) vertically above the overflow rim of the receiving vessel. In this case line pressure is lost. Therefore, a booster pump is usually needed downstream, unless the pressure of the water by inertia is sufficient for the water use. With an air gap there is never any direct connection between the supply main and the equipment. An air gap is the only acceptable means of protecting against lethal hazards. An air gap may be used to protect against a contaminant or a pollutant, and will protect against both back-siphonage and backpressure.
Testimonial in Plano, TX: "Trusted Business. The technician came on time and did everything perfectly. The lawn sprinkler head timer was broken and he amazed me with how fast he finished his job. I have already recommended you. to all of my friends and they are very happy with them also." - Charlie Goode