Spring Start Up Check List

Making sure you are ready for spring.

  • Make sure there is power to your controller. Verify that it is plugged in and add new batteries if necessary.
  • Individually turn on each zone of your controller to verify proper operation.
  • Check to see if all sprinklers pop up.
  • Check for any leaks and look for any low-pressure areas, which could be a line break or a missing sprinkler.
  • Check for proper rotation of each sprinkler and coverage of the area you are watering.
  • Adjust any sprinklers that are spraying onto sidewalks, driveways, fences, etc.
  • Check and clean filters on poorly performing sprinklers.
  • If any sprinklers are below grade, adjust as necessary to make sure they are not being blocked.
  • Reprogram your controller to water on your assigned days in a cycle and soak method to prevent runoff.
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