At Arizona Irrigation, our goal is for your lawn to be the best looking landscape in Arizona. This starts with your irrigation system. In order to achieve a healthy landscape, we will get your sprinkler system functioning at its maximum efficiency at an affordable price.
Arizona Irrigation Repair specializes in designing irrigation systems for individual properties. Your new sprinkler system will be customized to your landscape, considering sun and shade, type of plant life, and the slope of your property.
If you’re installing a new system, it’s critical to work with someone who knows exactly how to work with your natural landscape and property needs.
Are your sprinkler heads broken? Or maybe your irrigation system won’t come on at all? Arizona Irrigation Repair is equipped to handle all sprinkler repairs in the Phoenix Metropolitan area.
Our technicians are the best when it comes to troubleshooting, designing cost-effective solutions to repair your sprinkler system. After repair, we’ll make sure your system is as effective as possible.
With busy schedules, many homeowners find it challenging to stay on top of the needs of their sprinkler systems. Just like a car needs routine maintenance, your irrigation system needs regular adjustments and maintenance as well.
Arizona Irrigation Repair offers a Bi-Monthly Irrigation Maintenance Program, taking that hassle away and minimizing the risk of costly irrigation repairs.
As part of our commitment to providing the best irrigation services in Scottsdale and surrounding areas, we offer a 7-point irrigation analysis to determine the functionality of your system. If there is a problem one of our trained irrigation specialists will certainly find it and offer a solution. If your current irrigation system is outdated or doesn’t work properly, we also offer free estimates on irrigation installations. We serve both residential and commercial properties throughout Scottsdale.
Our 7-point Irrigation Analysis will target your entire sprinkler system and inspect for the following:
1. Broken, clogged and leaking sprinkler heads
2. Properly functioning valves
3. Head to headwater coverage
4. Matched precipitation
5. Proper irrigation controller settings
6. Functioning rain sensor
7. Broken or leaking pipes
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