TruGreen Introduces Sprinkler System Repair And Maintenance Services

TruGreen Sprinkler Repair and Maintenance

TruGreen, the largest lawn care company in the country, is expanding its offering with the launch of a new maintenance and repair business for irrigation systems. TruGreen Sprinkler Repair and Maintenance ™ brings TruGreens decades of experience in lawn care to services such as repairs, system opening and winter storage. TruGreen Sprinkler Repair and Maintenance is currently available in select cities in Florida, Missouri, Nebraska, Arkansas, and Tennessee and will be launched in more than a dozen markets in 2016.

“At TruGreen, we are always looking for ways to improve our services and add even more value to our customers. The expansion into maintenance and repair of irrigation systems is a natural addition for us and offers customers an additional level of convenience and efficiency, ”said Brent Armstrong, Vice President of TruGreen. “TruGreen sprinkler repair and maintenance is not only a perfect addition to our core business and enables us to grow and expand, but it also underscores our primary purpose of helping our customers live life outside on beautiful, healthy lawns.”

The service offerings for TruGreen Sprinkler repair and maintenance include:

  • Repair and adjustment of the sprinkler head
  • Repair of sprinkler leaks
  • Setting the timer box
  • Testing and repair of the rain sensor
  • Zone adjustments
  • System renovations and updates
  • Backflow test

Proper watering is an essential part of a healthy lawn, but a common mistake many homeowners make is watering too much and too often. A well-planned irrigation system can help prevent this problem, which not only wastes water and money, but can also harm your lawn and landscape. TruGreen Sprinkler repair and maintenance specialists are trained in the latest irrigation technologies and procedures and can help protect the lawn by ensuring a properly irrigated landscape.

Knowing how much water plants need and regularly monitoring and maintaining irrigation systems are key to saving both water and money. To support a healthy lawn, the TruGreen Sprinkler Repair and Maintenance Team gives some watering tips:

  • Established lawns should be watered deeply and infrequently
  • For optimal growth and appearance, lawns usually need one to one and a half centimeters of water per week. An empty tuna can be placed in the casting pattern to measure this amount.
  • The best time to water is in the morning and in windless conditions. This saves water and lets the grass dry before evening. Grass left wet for long periods of time is more prone to developing disease.
  • A lawn needs water when the lawn grass changes from light green to dull gray
  • Another sure sign for homeowners to water their lawn is when the lawn is withering (footprints remain in the grass, milling lines are visible). Always check your local water code to make sure you are watering according to the latest guidelines.

Further information on the repair and maintenance of TruGreen sprinklers can be found at http://www.trugreen.com/products-and-services/sprinkler-repair-and-maintenance/.

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About TruGreen

TruGreen, based in Memphis, Tennessee, is the largest lawn care company in the United States and provides lawn, tree, and shrub care to more than 1.9 million residential and commercial customers in the United States. TruGreen believes that more life should be lived outdoors and is committed to providing beautiful lawns that serve as the foundation for outdoor experiences and lifelong memories. As the market leader in the professional lawn care industry, TruGreen helps define responsible lawn care practices, conducts industry-leading training and education for our employees, develops new application technologies, and trains our customers in proper mowing and irrigation techniques. Today there are around 260 TruGreen lawn care and field offices in the United States and Canada. You can find more information about TruGreen at http://www.TruGreen.com or http://www.facebook.com/TruGreen.

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