A leaking PVC pipe or flex pipe is a major headache and can take days to “show” itself. The loss of pressure that it can cause can also wreak havoc on a large portion of your lawn. Unless you are experienced in sprinkler repair, Finding a broken PVC pipe can be time consuming and frustrating because the only solution you have is to dig up your water soaked lawn. We have years of experience in fixing broken PVC sprinkler pipe. Any sprinkler repairwe do for you will be done correctly and efficiently. Ultimately saving you time and money. If you think you may have a broken sprinkler pipe, call us today! We can help. We also offer sprinkler installation done right the first time.
How to fix a sprinkler line: Repairing a sprinkler line typically involves the following steps: a. Locate the Leak: Identify the source of the leak. This might involve digging around the area if the leak isn't visible on the surface. b. Shut Off the Water: Turn off the water supply to the sprinkler system to prevent further leakage. c. Cut Out the Damaged Section: Use a pipe cutter or hacksaw to remove the damaged section of the sprinkler line. d. Replace with New Pipe: Measure the length of the removed section and cut a matching piece of replacement pipe. Connect it to the existing line using appropriate connectors (couplings) and PVC primer/cement for PVC pipes or compression fittings for polyethylene pipes. e. Test the Repair: Turn the water back on and check for leaks. If there are no leaks, cover the repaired area with soil.
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