If you’re new to Colorado, you might not realize how important it is to winterize your sprinkler system before freezing temperatures arrive. While some sprinkler systems offer “self-winterizing” options, the truth is that anything short of a high-pressure blow out can leave traces of water in your system which can freeze over and cause hairline cracks, weaken joints, and do real damage.
If you want your sprinkler system winterized quickly, reliably, and affordably, our Lakewood sprinkler winterization experts are up to the job. Give us a call and let’s get you on the schedule!
Where do We Offer Sprinkler System Blowouts?
We’re happy to offer winter sprinkler blowouts in:
and throughout the western Denver area.
Should I Blow Out My Own Sprinklers?
While many people in Colorado try to blow out their own systems, store-bought air compressors don’t always have the necessary strength for the job. It’s also important to know what kind of sprinkler system you have before attempting a winter blow out. Less common poly pipe systems can only tolerate 50 PSI before cracking, while PVC sprinkler systems should generally be blown out at 80 PSI. Compare this with the 30-50 PSI that is typically found inside a system during normal operation.
Our technicians typically use trailer and truck-mounted compression systems that can deliver pressures well in excess of 80 PSI when necessary.