Sprinkler System Retro-Fit | Re-Route
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- 1 min1 minutes
- From 499 US dollarsFrom $499
Irrigation Re-Routing: Sprinkler System Retro-Fit When a sprinkler system is damaged or compromised during any construction activity, it’s vital to get it repaired as soon as possible. The best way to do this is through a sprinkler system retro-fit, otherwise known as ‘retro-routing.’ Through this process, a technician can address the specific problems of your damaged system in order to restore your system to the highest level of performance. Retro-routing involves the careful removal of existing piping without damaging the surrounding area. In order to get the system running efficiently, a technician will switch out existing valves and heads, allowing for a much smoother operation. A technician can also reroute the water supply line to avoid construction activity, as well as identify and replace any old or outdated lines. Another important component of a sprinkler system retro-fit is testing for any problems upon installation. Testing for proper water pressure is crucial to ensure the system is set up correctly to get the full benefit of the retrofit. A technician should use a combination of air tests and a water flow test in order to identify any problems and make the necessary adjustments. Once the retrofit is complete, the technician can also provide any repair or maintenance on the system as needed. This may involve changing out old parts, adjusting water pressure, and/or removing sediment buildup in order to keep the system running optimally. The cost of a sprinkler system retro-fit will depend on the size and complexity of the system, but it can usually be completed within a day or two. It’s important to invest in a quality retrofit in order to ensure your system runs efficiently and is up to code. If you have a damaged sprinkler system and need it repaired, it’s best to call in a professional for a retrofit as soon as possible. Retro-routing allows for a comprehensive repair of your system and ensures that your system is running optimally and efficiently. Investing in a quality retrofit will pay off in the long run, allowing you to get the most out of your sprinkler system.