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Our Services

New System Installation​
  • Evaluation of yard and layout of new system
  • Installation of pump, clock, valves and all irrigation lines
  • Mist heads near house and in garden areas
  • Rotors in open areas

Green Lawn Sprinklers will work with your contractor and landscaper to ensure proper installation at your location site. We will meet your blueprint specifications.

Irrigation Repair
  • Troubleshoot and diagnose problems
  • Repair or replace equipment as needed
  • Replace mist heads or rotors as needed
  • Repair breaks in PVC lines
  • Troubleshoot wiring problems
  • Troubleshoot valve problems
  • Troubleshoot prime problems
Layout Redesign
  • Evaluate your current layout
  • Help you understand why you have dry areas and other deficiencies in your system
  • Discuss and help you make a decision on the best remedies
System Problem Diagnostics
  • Pumps
    • Troubleshoot possible reasons why a pump doesn’t run
  • Clocks
    • Troubleshoot why clock has stopped working
  • Valves
    • Troubleshoot if a valve needs to be cleaned, rebuilt or replaced
Equipment Installation
  • Pumps
  • Clocks
  • Valves
Types of Systems

City Water:

  • 110/24v mechanical clock
  • Solenoid valve with vacuum relief valve
  • Zone valve (2-8 zones)
  • Digital clock
  • Vacuum relief valve
  • Individual solenoid valves (as many zones as you have)
Well or Lake Water:
  • 220v mechanical clock
  • Irrigation pump
  • Suction line and check valve to a well or to a lake with a lake screen
  • Zone valve (2-8 zones)
  • Digital clock (110v)
  • Pump start relay (220v)
  • Irrigation pump
  • Suction line and check valve to a well or to a lake with a lake screen
  • Individual solenoid valves (as many zones as you have)
System Conversion
  • If you have a mechanical clock and a zone valve system, you may be tempted to upgrade to a digital clock. Merely replacing the clock will not give you the full benefit of a digital conversion.
  • A zone valve is a singular valve that switches from zone to zone within one valve.
  • A digital clock gives you the option to control each zone individually.
  • In order to accomplish this properly each zone needs to have its own dedicated solenoid valve
  • If you have 1 zone valve controlling 5 zones, then you will need 5 solenoid valves to control those 5 zones
Hydraulic Conversion
  • Hydraulic irrigation systems are quickly becoming a thing of the past
  • As they are no longer manufacturing all new hydraulic equipment, it becomes more and more difficult locate parts and prices get higher all the time
  • In order to complete a hydraulic conversion you need to do these things
    • Replace your hydraulic clock with a digital clock
    • Replace all hydraulic valves with solenoid valves
    • Run wire from the clock to all solenoid valves
Drip Irrigation
  • With stringent watering restrictions we can’t always water as well as we like for certain areas
  • When you water regularly you will see excess water collecting in the street and running down your driveway (which happens to be unavoidable)
  • Drip irrigation lays water down in a very specific area
  • With drip irrigation in place you can eliminate excess water waste
Types of Drip Irrigation
  • Soaker hose
  • Flood bubbler
  • Stream bubbler
Clocks: Digital vs. Mechanical

City Water

  • Mechanical clock → controls solenoid valve → supply’s water to a zone valve (2-8 zones)
  • Digital clock → controls multiple solenoid valves

Well or Lake Water

  • Mechanical clock → controls irrigation pump → supply’s water to a zone valve (2-8 zones)
  • Digital clock → controls pump start relay → controls irrigation pump → supply’s water to multiple solenoid valves. Digital clock controls each individual solenoid valve
Drainage Systems

Drain water from low areas on property where water is collecting to an area on property where water can drain away.

Prime Loss & Diagnostics
  • Prime loss can be one of the more difficult problems to diagnose
  • Prime loss possibilities:
    • Irrigation unused for a long period of time
    • Bad check valve or damaged lake screen
    • Air leak between pump and water supply
    • Failed seal in pump
    • Melt down at pump (the pump runs dry, heats up and PVC fittings melt)

Save Water • Save Time • Save Money

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