Do you need a reliable local company to service your sprinkler system?
We understand that when your sprinkler system fails, you need it repaired right away. When you call JRM Enterprises, rest assured we can get things back on track fast. Our experienced irrigation technicians can diagnose and repair your system quickly and affordably.
We’ve been installing and servicing irrigation systems in Englewood, Littleton, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, and, Central & South Denver for over 35 years.
Common sprinkler problems
Broken Sprinkler head?
Sprinkler head damage is one of the most common problems in an irrigation system. Sometimes they just need a little adjustment after a long winter but often times they need replacement. Broken sprinkler heads may have uneven spray patterns, leaks or just shoot water in a random direction. Some homeowners are comfortable installing and adjusting their own sprinkler heads. The benefit of using our repair service is that we stand behind our work and we will happily inspect the other components in your irrigation system.
Leaky valve, Pipe or sprinkler heads?
If your sprinkler head leaks 24/7 then you probably have a leaky valve. This is fairly common and may be as simple as some debri stock in the valve or the valve itself may need to be replaced. Simply turn off the water to your sprinkler system until you can have your irrigation system serviced.
Mushy wet ground may be a sign of a broken or cracked irrigation pipe. If it is before the valve control box it may be leaking 24 / 7 but if it’s after the valve control box it may only leak when that particular zone is running. Lastly, you may have a leaks in the valve housing or manifold itself. This is where the main water supply separates into each zone and each zone is controlled with a valve. Usually located under a cover in the yard. Again, simply turn off the water to your sprinkler system until you can have it serviced.
Sprinkler not turning off?
People often call us puzzled because there sprinkler system won’t turn off. Sometimes it’s due to the timer malfunctioning but most often it occurs when a valve is stuck open. If you know where your sprinkler water shut off is located, simply turn it off until you can have your system repaired.
Sprinkler not turning on or off when expected?
There are many reasons that could result in this type of malfunction. If it’s just one zone, it could be the valve, valve wiring, broken pipe or the control timer. If it’s all zones, it may be your timer is programmed incorrectly, a broken timer, faulty power, wiring or a host of other things. If you need help diagnosing and repairing your sprinkler system, give us a call and we’ll get you back up and running quickly.